The name of the campaign is called #LeastWatchedOlympics
USCIRF Condemns the Chinese Government’s Additional Sanctions on USCIRF Commissioners
In its 2021 Annual Report, USCIRF recommended the U.S. government redesignate China as a “Country of Particular Concern,” or CPC, for engaging in systematic, ongoing, and egregious violations of religious freedom.
NFL and Nike Lose on Anti-Slave Bill
“They are quick to side with the likes of Black Lives Matter, condemning America for being a racist country, yet they profit off of slave labor and genocide in China.”
Human Rights Activists Call Upon President Biden to Address Human Rights and the Beijing Olympics in Virtual Meeting with President Xi Jinping
“The world must stand against the human rights abuses of the Chinese government toward their own people.”
How the Chinese Communist Party sees organized religion
“While the party is not detaining mass amounts of Christians as it is the Uyghurs, many Christian leaders have been detained without trial for not following the party’s demands…”
China Imposes Sanctions on Leading British Catholic Human Rights Campaigner Lord Alton
Lord Alton said: “The imposition of tit-for-tat sanctions is a crude attempt to silence criticism. But the CCP needs to learn that you can’t silence the whole world and that the first duty of a parliamentarian is to use their voice on behalf of those whose voices have been silenced.”
Facebook Finds Chinese Hacking Operation Targeting Uyghurs
A sophisticated, covert operation targeted Uyghur activists, journalists and dissidents.
USCIRF Applauds Coordinated Sanctions Against Xinjiang Officials
USCIRF applauds the coordinated sanctions that the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the European Union imposed against Chinese officials…