In December 2022, The Rights Practice publishes important new report focused on the mental health of Chinese human rights defenders. We include reflections and recommendations for the international community. Read more
In June 2022, The Rights Practice has produced a new handbook to address some of the concerns and needs of Uyghurs living in the UK. Read more
On 19 April 2022, The Rights Practice signed a joint statement, with a total of 60 human rights organisations, setting out the minimum conditions to be met for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights' visit to China to be credible. Read more
In March 2022, The Rights Practice was happy to respond to a call for submissions to the UN Secretary-General's report on the question of the death penalty. Our submission focuses on China, and developments since 1 July 2020. Read more
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Better Access to Justice
Stronger Public Participation
Respect for detainees
The use of the death penalty always carries the risk of an unsafe conviction and a miscarriage of justice.
Children of migrant workers denied equal access to education.
The Rights Practice, along with 31 other civil society groups, signed a joint statement calling for the immediate and unconditional release of Huang Xueqin and Wang Jianbing. Read more
On 1 August 2023, The Rights Practice, along with 84 other organisations, signed a joint statement urging Governments and Laos authorities to ensure the release of rights lawyer Lu Siwei. Read more
In July 2023, The Rights Practice submitted a report for the fourth cycle of the UN Universal Periodic Review of China. Read more