Be the Light in the Darkness

Today we mark Holocaust Memorial Day. To be the light in the darkness we must redouble our efforts to prevent genocide. Read more

Remembering June Fourth

As we remember the thirtieth anniversary of Tiananmen, let us also challenge ourselves and our politicians to find answers to the pressing questions posed by the large-scale, extrajudicial detentions of Uyghurs in western China. Read more

Li Wenzu and the Resistance of the ‘709’ Wives

Li Wenzu has used novel acts of protest, along with other ‘709’ wives, in her efforts to see her husband, human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang, to demand that he is given access to a lawyer and to seek justice. Read more

Lawyer Wang Quanzhang Sentenced

Human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang is sentenced to four and a half years in prison for "subversion of state power." Is this how China wants us to see its criminal justice system? Read more

China Challenged at UN Review

On 6th November 2018, China attracted international criticism at the UN Universal Periodic Review for the large-scale internment of Uyghur Muslims and use of arbitrary detention. Read more

China Faces UN Review

The Rights Practice urges governments to challenge ‘residential surveillance in a designated location,' to recommend its abolition and closure of the camps in Xinjiang. Read more