IPAC releases report of forced labor in Tibet, demands action

New evidence suggesting that the Chinese Government is pursuing a Xinjiang style system of forced labor in Tibet, a region which until now has not been associated with such allegations, was released today by the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC).  The research, conducted by Professor Adrian Zenz – one of the world’s leading experts on […]

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IPAC statement of solidarity with the Australian people amidst intimidation from the People’s Republic of China

We, members of the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China, stand in solidarity with the Australian people as they withstand intense pressure from the People’s Republic of China. In recent weeks China has implemented unwarranted trade sanctions against a number of Australian agricultural exports. This is just the latest instance in a disturbing pattern of behaviour whereby […]

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IPAC ensures Hong Kong and Xinjiang remain top of the agenda for Chinese Foreign Minister’s European tour

Yesterday China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi concluded a five capital tour of Europe. At each step of his journey, IPAC members sent a clear message: there can be no ‘business as usual’ while human rights abuses in Hong Kong and Xinjiang continue. Observers noted the success of IPAC members in disrupting China’s “European charm offensive”. […]

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UK parliamentarians finds Hong Kong police “indisputably” broke international human rights laws

The British parliament’s All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Hong Kong has today announced the launch of a report into human rights abuses perpetrated by the Hong Kong Police Force against humanitarian and medical workers. The report concludes that the Hong Kong Police Force impeded the medical treatment of those who were in need and of the general […]

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On the obstruction of the democratic process ahead of the 2020 Hong Kong Legislative Council elections

The decision to disqualify democratic candidates and the anticipated delay to September’s Legislative Council elections represent unacceptable obstructions of the democratic process in Hong Kong and raise further concerns about the erosion of rights and freedoms in the city. After the widely condemned imposition of the National Security Law, these actions represent a further curtailing […]

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IPAC statement on the obstruction of the democratic process ahead of the 2020 Hong Kong Legislative Council Elections

The decision to disqualify democratic candidates and the anticipated delay to September’s Legislative Council elections represent unacceptable obstructions to the democratic process in Hong Kong and raise further concerns about the erosion of rights and freedoms in the city. After the widely condemned imposition of the National Security Law, these actions further curtail of Hong Kong’s way of life […]

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On the twenty-first anniversary of the persecution of Falun Gong

Twenty-one years ago the Chinese Communist Party began a campaign of persecution against Falun Gong practitioners. We take this solemn moment to remember also the Uyghurs, Tibetans, Christians and other religious minorities that have been targeted with increasingly severe repression and grave violations of human rights. Over the past two decades the campaign against Falun […]

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On the twenty-first anniversary of the persecution of Falun Gong

Twenty-one years ago the Chinese Communist Party began a campaign of persecution against Falun Gong practitioners. We take this solemn moment to remember also the Uyghurs, Tibetans, Christians and other religious minorities that have been targeted with increasingly severe repression and grave violations of human rights. Over the past two decades the campaign against Falun […]

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New report urges UK China strategy rethink

A recently published report authored by Charlie Parton OBE, former diplomat and now Senior Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute, calls for the UK to develop a new strategy in its relations with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The paper, published by the Policy Institute at King’s College London, highlights the failure of previous UK policy […]

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