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56 organizations call for sanctions on CCP officials implicated in the Xinjiang Police Files

Kerimjan Mutellip, a 19-year-old detainee in Xinjiang (Xinjiang Police Files by Victims of Communism)       (ChinaAid—August 11, 2022) Evidence from the Xinjiang Police Files implicated four high-ranking Chinese Communist Party (CCP) members in the extermination of Uyghurs, Kazakhs, and other Turkic minorities in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. Over 50 human rights organizations called

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The Dispatch: How the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act Became Law

Capitol Building(Photo: FreeImages) How the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act Became Law by Haley Byrd Wilt (The Dispatch—June 20, 2022) The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act was signed into law by President Joe Biden on December 23, 2021. Six months later, the bill that bans products from Xinjiang goes into effect.     The law

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Statement: Over 230 Rights groups demand resignation of UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

We, over 230 Uyghur, Tibetan, Southern Mongolian, Hong Kong, and Chinese democracy and international human rights advocacy groups, call for the immediate resignation of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights after she whitewashed the Chinese government’s human rights atrocities during her recent visit to China. We further call on the UN Secretary General

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Washington Stand: UN Human Rights Leader Echoes CCP Propaganda and Betrays Victims

Michelle Bachelet, current United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and former President of Chile (Photo: Chatham House via Flickr) UN Human Rights Leader Echoes CCP Propaganda and Betrays Victims        by    Arielle Del Turco      (The Washington Stand—June 2, 2022) The following is a commentary piece responding to Michelle Bachelet’s trip

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Undeniable Favor part two: “Fear not, for I am with you”

(Photo: FreeImages) (ChinaAid, Midland, TX—May 31, 2022) The following is a continuation of ChinaAid’s “Undeniable Favor” series, following the story of a Christian Kyrgyz family Joseph, Zhil, and Daniel. Joseph survived a Xinjiang concentration camp after a 10-month sentence. However, his family’s story testifies to the Lord’s provision, kindness, and favor. We believe their story

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Groundbreaking Xinjiang leak confirms concentration camp procedures with photos and documents

Anihan Hamit, the oldest recorded detainee in the recent Xinjiang leak(Photo: Xinjiang Police Files VOC) (ChinaAid—May 24, 2022) A recent leak of police files revealed monumental evidence of the Xinjiang concentration camps. Key findings included photos of prisoners, internal procedures for the camps, and speeches from officials. Partners of ChinaAid and other non-governmental organizations called

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Undeniable Favor part one: “I will fear no evil, for you are with me”

Joseph, Zhil, and Daniel outside the ChinaAid office(Photo: ChinaAid) (ChinaAid, Midland, TX—May 9, 2022) ChinaAid strives to expose, encourage, and equip. Our goal remains to encourage the abused, but their stories can also encourage you. In this multi-part series, we hope to show you the story of Ovalbek Turdakun, also known by his English name

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ChinaAid greets concentration camp survivor to USA

Ovalbek Turdakun and his family boarding their flight to D.C.(Photo: Ethan Gutmann) (Washington, D.C.—April 12, 2022) Over the weekend, China Aid Association welcomed Ovalbek Turdakun and his family, Christians originally from Kyrgyzstan to the United States where they have been granted humanitarian parole status. Turdakun is a former detainee in the Chinese Communist Party’s concentration camp

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CCP’s fight against freedom in Kazakhstan: ChinaAid’s exclusive interview with Serikzhan Bilash (part 3)

Almaty, Kazakhstan(Photo: Kazakhstan from Pexels) (ChinaAid—March 18, 2022) Serikzhan Bilash, the founder and leader of Atajurt Kazakh Human Rights, sat down for another interview with Gao Zhensai of ChinaAid. Previously, Bilash told ChinaAid how the Kazakhstan government worked to cover up the Uyghur crisis. In this latest installment of our five-part series, Bilash explains how the

An image of Gumira Imin who is a persecuted christian in China.
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Opinion: Uyghur women are trapped in China’s extensive network of abuse

Uyghur women are trapped in China’s extensive network of abuse by Bob Fu and Rushan Abbas Recently, many around the world acknowledged International Women’s Day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. In China, it is an official holiday where women enjoy a half-day off from work. Chinese retailers have leveraged it

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How Kazakhstan concealed Xinjiang concentration camps: ChinaAid’s exclusive interview with Serikzhan Bilash (part 2)

Serikzhan Bilash in New York, 2021(Photo: Kalbynur Auken) (ChinaAid—March 16, 2022) The following is part two of ChinaAid’s exclusive interview with Serikzhan Bilash, leader Atajurt Kazakh Human Rights. Bilash and ChinaAid Special Correspondent Gao Zhensai discuss how the Kazakhstan government attempted to control the narrative about Uyghurs and Kazakhs in Xinjiang concentration camps. Click here to read

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The inside story of the Xinjiang concentration camps: ChinaAid’s exclusive interview with Serikzhan Bilash (part 1)

Serikzhan Bilash in New York, November 2021(Photo: Kalbynur Auken) (ChinaAid—March 7, 2022) Serikzhan Bilash, born in Bortala Mongol Autonomous Prefecture, Xinjiang, China, immigrated to Kazakhstan in 2000. He is a human rights activist in Kazakhstan, concerned about human rights in Xinjiang and Kazakh human rights.     Mr. Serikzhan Bilash and others founded civil society group

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