Pandemic, Persecution and Pushback | Special Report 2020-2022

A New York architect receives a phone call from relatives in China that his 68-year-old mother was killed in custody in Inner Mongolia. An artist whose husband was killed by police ahead of the 2008 Beijing Olympics is sentenced to eight years in prison for sharing information about COVID-19. A 29-year-old dance teacher in Liaoning Province is abducted by police because she sent a message on the social media app WeChat to a friend.

Unabated Religious Persecution and the Danger of an Escalation — A Case Study on 20 Years of Persecution of Falun Gong in China

UN Human Rights Council Written statement* submitted by Coordination des Associations et des Particuliers pour la Liberté de Conscience, a non-governmental organization in special consultative status The Secretary-General has received the following written statement which is circulated in accordance with Economic and Social Council resolution […]

Transplant Abuse in China Continues Despite Claims of Reform (2018)

China now performs more organ transplants than any other country in the world, despite having few donations. Where do these organs come from? A decade of research by international investigators has found that the Chinese regime is systematically killing prisoners of conscience on demand to feed its vast organ transplant industry. With patients throughout the world traveling to China for organ transplants, the practice has become a global crime.