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Human Rights in China co-releases a petition letter from 3,000 people worldwide, including 24 Nobel laureates, calling for the immediate release of June 4 student leader Wang Dan and all political prisoners in China.
12 May 1997 Amnesty International USA Human Rights in China Human Rights Watch The International Freedom to Publish Committee of the AAP The Lawyers Committee for Human Rights PEN American Center Physicians for Human Rights and Viking Penguin invite you to "Stand in for Wei Jingsheng" An event in...
Recent legal reforms in China related to internal security represent the culmination of a ten-year effort to strengthen authoritarian controls and have ominous implications for Hong Kong, two human rights organizations said today. In a 50-page report, "Whose Security?
Human Rights in China (HRIC) regrets the decision of the UN Commission on Human Rights to adopt a so-called no-action motion, a procedural device misused by China to block a resolution on its human rights record.
Planning on returning to China for a month-long vacation to visit her family in Beijing and Nanjing, Han Xiaorong, 42, a Chinese citizen currently living and working in New York City, arrived in Hong Kong on March 4. On the morning of March 6, after a short stay with friends in Hong Kong, she...
A joint release with Human Rights Watch/Asia
Deng Xiaoping leaves behind not only a legacy of economic liberalization and reform, but of authoritarian repression that has systematically suppressed all demands for human rights and democracy in China. The citizens gunned down on the streets of Beijing in 1989 and the thousands of individuals...


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