Welcome to The Rights Practice's Incident Report Form. This form is designed for individuals to report incidents of transnational repression. This includes acts of violence, coercion, intimidation, or the suppression of their lawful rights by foreign governments or their agents. Specifically, we aim to address incidents originating in China and Hong Kong and affecting diaspora communities residing in the UK.


How your information will be used

The Rights Practice will use the information you provide to gain a comprehensive understanding of the nature and extent of transnational repression from China or Hong Kong in the UK. We encourage you to share further details with us through direct communication. Anonymised data collected through this form will be shared with the British government and will contribute to a publicly available report. We will take great care to remove any information that could be used to identify an individual. This report aims to raise awareness and advocate for policies that prevent transnational human rights violations in Britain.



Make a report

To make a report, please complete the secure survey online, by clicking the link below:




The survey is in English, you may complete it in whichever language you feel most comfortable. See PDF versions of the form in Mandarin, Cantonese, and Uyghur language, for your reference:


Data privacy and anonymity

Your privacy is of utmost importance to us.


Together, we can make a difference

The Rights Practice is committed to working with victims and stakeholders to put an end to transnational human rights abuses in the UK. By providing your input, you play an invaluable role in this mission. Thank you for your courage and determination.


Contact us

If you have any questions or require further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected].