BASF, Under Pressure, Agrees to Accelerate Withdrawal from Xinjiang Following Reports of Complicity in Uyghur Abuses

PRESS RELEASE: German chemical giant BASF has agreed to accelerate their withdrawal from Xinjiang, after reports exposed BASF partner, Xinjiang Markor Chemical Industry, had been working with state officials to intimidate Uyghur and other minority groups.  BASF CEO, Martin Brudermüller, communicated the news to a group of IPAC politicians and advisors on a call on […]

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IPAC Members Campaign for German Chemicals Giant BASF to Withdraw from Xinjiang

On 2 February 2024, credible bombshell evidence was published in German media, thanks in part to IPAC Advisor Adrian Zenz, implicating the German chemicals giant BASF in gross abuses towards Uyghur and other predominantly Turkic minorities in the Xinjiang region of China. Following the news, 36 members of IPAC joined by 21 additional politicians, wrote […]

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Campaign to Lower China’s Support on the UN Human Rights Council

OVERVIEW In October 2023, IPAC lead a campaign to drive down China’s support at the United Nations Human Rights Council on the basis that the Peoples Republic of China (PRC) does not meet the two ‘objective criteria’ for membership: The campaign saw action in 15 parliaments with IPAC Members and Co-Chairs writing to their respective […]

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IPAC Statement on Taiwan Elections

The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China congratulates the people of Taiwan upon concluding a peaceful election in the face of unprecedented interference from the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Against a backdrop of rising authoritarianism in the region, Taiwan is a beacon of vigorous democratic debate, exposing as false the trope that only the PRC’s “Whole […]

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