IPAC Prague Summit 2023 Communique

Over the past two days, IPAC legislators gathered at the Czech Chamber of Deputies and Senate in Prague to discuss democratic strategies in response to the multiple challenges posed by the Chinese Communist Party to the international rules-based order, global peace and stability, and freedom and democracy.    IPAC’s Third Annual Summit was hosted by Czech […]

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Statement on Reports of Labour Transfers of Uyghurs in the Cotton Industry

The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China renews its concern about the continued use of forced labour in Xinjiang. Work published today by Dr. Adrian Zenz highlights the persistence of coercive labour transfers of Uyghurs in the cotton industry, including elderly people over 60 years old. Disturbing findings include state documents categorising certain Uyghurs as “lazy persons” […]

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Legislators call for sanctions on firms complicit in mass DNA harvesting of Tibetans and Uyghurs

A group of legislators from 15 legislatures globally have called on their respective governments to investigate and suspend commercial activities with companies providing the PRC government with technologies to carry out biometric surveillance in the Uyghur Region, Tibet and elsewhere in the PRC, including the PRC state backed BGI Group and US firm Thermo Fisher. […]

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