Human rights activist devoted to exposing abuses in China and observing people’s aspirations to freedomWhen Robin Munro walked off Tiananmen Square –
Non-binding resolution also calls for governments to impose further sanctions on China as tensions riseThe European parliament has overwhelmingly
Key figure in 2019 anti-government protests was imprisoned for more than six months under national security law imposed by mainland ChinaThe Hong Kong
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Parliament will not debate motion and will instead discuss rights abuses in more general termsNew Zealand’s parliament will not debate a motion that
Authorities lambast British-born Paul Harris for criticising treatment of pro-democracy campaignersBeijing and Hong Kong authorities have accused the
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Human Rights Watch urges more coordination by governments to tackle China’s treatment of Turkic MuslimsThe Chinese government is committing crimes
The evidence is clear: a genocide against the Uighurs is in progress. Britain must not put trade before human rights It came as no surprise to me that
Faced with evidence of crimes against humanity, we can’t rely on the glacial pace of international law to provide justice It’s a scene that’s been
Veteran activist Lee Cheuk-yan accuses police and government of depriving Hongkongers of constitutional rightsA veteran champion of democracy in Hong
Amendment would have given UK courts a role in determining if genocide is taking placeMinisters have been accused of making a “mockery of democracy”