[Briefing] More Entrepreneurs Prosecuted in Crackdown on Outspokenness in Private Sector; HK National Security Crackdown Extends Further

[Briefing] More Entrepreneurs Prosecuted in Crackdown on Outspokenness in Private Sector; HK National Security Crackdown Extends Further

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Activist Zhou Weilin Tried Behind Closed-Doors; Activist Zhang Baocheng Sentenced; Guangzhou National Security Police Launch New Crackdown; Entrepreneur Sun Dawu Detained; Chongqing Businessman Sentenced to 20 Years; Hong Kong Legislators Disqualified, Opposition Resigns; HK National Security Police Enter CUHK Campus; Three Days of Arrests of HK Dissidents

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An open letter to Chinese officials on the status of the Changsha Funeng 3

An open letter to Chinese officials on the status of the Changsha Funeng 3

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We are writing to express deep concern about the well-being of detained social service workers Cheng Yuan (程渊), Liu Dazhi (刘大志) and Wu Gejianxiong (吴葛健雄), who have dedicated themselves to assisting Chinese citizens to exercise their legal rights without discrimination.

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[Briefing] Disappeared Human Rights Lawyer Denied Bail; Hong Kong Politicians and Journalists Arrested

[Briefing] Disappeared Human Rights Lawyer Denied Bail; Hong Kong Politicians and Journalists Arrested

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Disappeared human rights lawyer Chang Weiping will not be released on bail; labor activist Ling Haobo had received an 18-month prison sentence; Hong Kong Police Force arrested 8 pro-democracy politicians and 3 journalists.

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Hong Kong: Police Must Release Activist Held on National Security Charges for Social Media Posts

Hong Kong: Police Must Release Activist Held on National Security Charges for Social Media Posts

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Hong Kong authorities must release student activist Tony Chung, who has been charged with “inciting secession” under the new National Security Law.

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[Briefing] Police Forcibly Disappear Rights Lawyer, Activist & Pastor; Publisher Geng Xiaonan Arrested

[Briefing] Police Forcibly Disappear Rights Lawyer, Activist & Pastor; Publisher Geng Xiaonan Arrested

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Geng Xiaonan Arrested; He Fangmei Disappeared; Chang Weiping Disappeared into RSDL; Pastor Missing; Activist Yuan Bing Forced to Submit to Miometric Data Collection after Prison Release; CCP Official Accused of “Slandering” the Party

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Global Call for Release of 12 Hong Kong Activists and Action from World Governments

Global Call for Release of 12 Hong Kong Activists and Action from World Governments

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We, the undersigned, condemn the arrest and detention of the 12 Hongkonger activists who are currently being held in incommunicado detention in mainland China, including three who were under 18 years old at the time of their arrest.

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China’s Disqualifying Human Rights Record: UPR Mid-Term Assessment Finds China Unfit for Human Rights Council Membership

China’s Disqualifying Human Rights Record: UPR Mid-Term Assessment Finds China Unfit for Human Rights Council Membership

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Voting for China to sit on the Human Rights Council would squander an opportunity to hold the government accountable for its rights abuses and further damage the credibility of the world’s only multilateral political body addressing human rights issues globally.

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[Briefing] Chinese Courts Punish Peaceful Expression while Environmental Activists Detained and 12 Hongkongers Charged

[Briefing] Chinese Courts Punish Peaceful Expression while Environmental Activists Detained and 12 Hongkongers Charged

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7-year prison sentence for selling Christian books online; Ren Zhiqiang sentenced to 18-years for criticizing Xi Jinping; Chen Jianfang reportedly sentenced to 3-years for tribute to Cao Shunli; environmental activists arrested in Ningxia after accusing police of sheltering poachers

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[Briefing] NGO Staffers and Xi Jinping Critic Put on Trial While Publisher Detained

[Briefing] NGO Staffers and Xi Jinping Critic Put on Trial While Publisher Detained

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Secret trial of Changsha Funeng NGO workers held on unknown date; police detain publisher Geng Xiaonan and her husband Qin Zhen for “illegal business activity”; outspoken businessman Ren Zhiqiang tried but no verdict pronounced

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[Briefing] Crackdown on Free Expression: Blogger, Poet, Activist & Citizen Journalist in Custody

[Briefing] Crackdown on Free Expression: Blogger, Poet, Activist & Citizen Journalist in Custody

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Court Rejects Blogger’s Appeal Against 4-Year Sentence; Missing Poet and his Wife Confirmed to be Under Arrest; Labor Activist Secretly Tried and Sentenced; Citizen Journalist Awaits Appeal Against 9-Year Sentence

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Fear Over Hong Kong: National Security Law Boosts Abuses of Human Rights

Fear Over Hong Kong: National Security Law Boosts Abuses of Human Rights

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Eight weeks since the Chinese Communist Party imposed the National Security Law on Hong Kong, authorities have deployed it in an escalated crackdown in violation of Hong Kong residents’ human rights and the city’s rule of law system.

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CHRD Stands Firmly by Estimate of One Million Uyghurs Detained

CHRD Stands Firmly by Estimate of One Million Uyghurs Detained

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We at CHRD stand firmly by our research report “China: Massive Numbers of Uyghurs & Other Ethnic Minorities Forced into Re-education Programs,” released two years ago, on August 3, 2018.

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