香港政府应立即停止警方暴力、进行独立调查、依法追究责任

香港政府应立即停止警方暴力、进行独立调查、依法追究责任

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(人权捍卫者—2019年8月22日) 香港警方对反送中运动抗争者的强势作为,直接威胁到香港人的集會自由、表达自由与人身安全,香港政府必须立即停止警方滥用暴力、依法追究责任。 香港政府强推《逃犯条例》(又称送中条例)修法,引发香港民间一连串的反送中运动,从6月9日103万人示威游行,已逾2个月未见降温趋势。虽然香港特首林郑月娥宣布搁置修订《逃犯条例》,但对于反送中运动的五大诉求,特首林郑只回应送中条例已「寿终正寝」,但坚持不用「撤回」法律用词。许多香港民众不满港府拒绝妥协,持续走上街头进行抗争。警察以武力强势镇压、驱离抗争者、甚至有黑道人士以暴力介入、殴打伤害民众。根据不完全的报导统计,至8月15日为止,这场抗争事件总共造成748人被捕,年龄介于15至61岁间、2人失明、5人自杀、更有多人在街头上遭到不明人士砍伤。

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Chinese Authorities Wrongfully Imprisoned Huang Qi and Should Release Him

Chinese Authorities Wrongfully Imprisoned Huang Qi and Should Release Him

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Chinese authorities should overturn the conviction of human rights defender Huang Qi and free him immediately. A Sichuan court convicted Huang of “intentionally leaking state secrets” and “illegally providing state secrets to foreign entities” on July 29 and sentenced him to 12-years in prison.

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China Must Release Detained Labor Rights Advocates

China Must Release Detained Labor Rights Advocates

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The Chinese government has continued to persecute labor organizers and labor rights activists one year after suppressing a labor strike at the Jasic Technology factory in Shenzhen

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China: End Deaths in Extrajudicial Detention & Torture by Deprived Medical Treatment

China: End Deaths in Extrajudicial Detention & Torture by Deprived Medical Treatment

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We mourn the death of human rights defender Ji Sizun and urge the Chinese government to end torturing human rights defenders to death by way of depriving them of necessary medical treatment in reprisal for their peaceful human rights activism

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UN Experts: Speak Out on Legislative Measures Restricting Rights of Lawyers in China

UN Experts: Speak Out on Legislative Measures Restricting Rights of Lawyers in China

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On the fourth anniversary of a widespread crackdown on legal rights defenders by the Chinese authorities, the international community must speak out against the continued deterioration of conditions for human rights lawyers in China.

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We Call on the Human Rights Council to take Action Over China’s 30 Years of Rights Violations Tied to 1989 Tiananmen Massacre

We Call on the Human Rights Council to take Action Over China’s 30 Years of Rights Violations Tied to 1989 Tiananmen Massacre

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22 student leaders and victims and survivors of the Tiananmen Massacre, with assistance from CHRD, have submitted a complaint to the Human Rights Council over a consistent pattern of gross human rights violations by the Government of China in relation to the 1989 Massacre.

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Hong Kong Authorities Must End Excessive Use of Force, Protect Freedom of Peaceful Assembly and Expression

Hong Kong Authorities Must End Excessive Use of Force, Protect Freedom of Peaceful Assembly and Expression

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Hong Kong authorities must stop using excessive force against unarmed and largely peaceful demonstrators and ensure protection of the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and expression. Journalists must be able to freely report on the demonstrations and police actions.

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China Detains a Former Prisoner of Conscience in Hospital

China Detains a Former Prisoner of Conscience in Hospital

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Chinese authorities are accused of subjecting human rights defender Ji Sizun to torture by denying him adequate medical treatment in prison and now under extrajudicial detention inside a hospital. His family fears for his life.

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Suppression Ahead of 30th Anniversary of Tiananmen Massacre

Suppression Ahead of 30th Anniversary of Tiananmen Massacre

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On the eve of the 30thanniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre, Chinese authorities took into custody activists and netizens to silence any expression or thwart any action aimed at commemorating the victims and mark the anniversary. So far, we have documented 10 individuals either detained or forced into disappearance in connection (read more…)

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China Detains Several Social Economic Rights Defenders Days After UN Rights Review Ends

China Detains Several Social Economic Rights Defenders Days After UN Rights Review Ends

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Several human rights defenders working on socio-economic rights issues have been detained just days after the close of China’s 3rdUniversal Periodic Review (UPR) in Geneva on March 15 during the 40th Session of the Human Rights Council (HRC). The timing of the detentions indicates that authorities waited until after the (read more…)

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Ji Sizun Named 2019 Recipient of Cao Shunli Memorial Award for Human Rights Defenders

Ji Sizun Named 2019 Recipient of Cao Shunli Memorial Award for Human Rights Defenders

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Human rights defender Ji Sizun (纪斯尊) is the winner of the fifth Cao Shunli Memorial Award for Human Rights Defenders. The decision to give this award to Mr. Ji recognizes the long-standing “barefoot lawyer” for his contribution in promoting legal rights and education at the grassroots level in China.

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5 Years After Death in Custody of Cao Shunli, HRDs in China Continue to Face Same Pattern of Abuse

5 Years After Death in Custody of Cao Shunli, HRDs in China Continue to Face Same Pattern of Abuse

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The Chinese government has taken no steps to investigate and prosecute any official responsible for the deadly reprisal against Cao Shunli for her cooperation with the United Nations, after she died five years ago on March 14, 2014.

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