Human Rights Watch said Wednesday it wants the UN Human Rights Council to launch an investigation into alleged abuses in China's Xinjiang region, as a report by the UN rights chief looms. The ...
Two months after the UN Human Rights chief Michelle Bachelet visited Xinjiang in China with reports that Bachelet visit was ...
The council “should establish an independent expert body to investigate those abuses,” said Lucy McKernan, Human Rights Watch’s acting director in Geneva, Switzerland. “And given the scale and ...
August is a significant month for international human rights organizations and the Uyghur diaspora, who have been anticipating a long-promised report on Xinjiang ... China of human rights abuses ...
China has said it will welcome a Turkish delegation to Xinjiang, two months after the United Nations human rights chief visited the region to investigate allegations of widespread abuses.
Xi Jinping, China’s CEO of Everything, has repeatedly said that he wants an international system with “the United Nations ... a Xinjiang report from the U.N. Human Rights Office could be ...
China’s ruling Communist Party, which has vehemently denied all reports of human rights violations and genocide in Xinjiang, showed no sign of being open to change in a government statement on ...
The United Nations must respond to China's human rights violations, including abuses committed on an "industrial scale" against Uighur Muslims in the region of Xinjiang ... the U.N. said it had ...
China circulated a letter urging UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet to bury a report on human rights violations in Xinjiang, according to UK-based media. China has been urging ...