Human Rights/NGOs


2011/01/16

Freedom House

Since 1999, Freedom House has been one of the most consistent international voices in support of Falun Gong practitioners’ right to practice their faith without fear of persecution. In 2000, Freedom House included Falun Gong practitioners in its delegation to the United Nations Human Rights Commission. In March 2001, the organization awarded Falun Gong founder Li Hongzhi and the Falun Dafa Association its International Religious Freedom Award.

2009/02/15

CHRD : Re-education through Labor Abuses Continue Unabated: Overhaul Long Overdue (excerpts)

Excerpts from a February 2009 report by Chinese Human Rights Defenders about "Re-education through labor" camps, based primarily on interviews and surveys conducted among petitioners. Over half of the interviewees cited the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in the camps, stating that practitioners made up one of the largest groups of detainees in the camps where they were held.

2007/11/06

November 6, 2007: Falun Gong News Bulletin

High-ranking Chinese Official Calls for an End to Falun Gong Persecution Beyond the Red Wall One-Hour Documentary on Falun Gong to Air November 6th Joint Letter Responds to Chinese Medical Association Agreement on Organ Harvesting

2007/10/26

October 26, 2007: Falun Gong News Bulletin

Falun Gong Adherent Wang Yuhuan Dead from Chinese Police Abuse Human Rights is Not Politicizing Olympic Games says B’Nai Brith Lawyer Investigation Group Questions China’s Pledge to End Organ Harvesting

2006/04/24

April 24 2006, Falun Gong News Bulletin

WHITE HOUSE PROTESTER CHALLENGES MEDIA’S SILENCE ON ORGAN HARVESTING OPEN LETTER: NOT TOO LATE TO REPORT ORGAN HARVESTING FROM LIVING HUMANS IN CHINA TAIWAN LEGISLATORS URGE INVESTIGATION OF ORGAN HARVESTING FROM FALUN GONG U.S. CONGRESS ASKS PRESIDENT BUSH TO INVESTIGATE CHINESE DEATH CAMPS INTERNATIONAL TEAM AIMS TO INVESTIGATE ATROCITIES AGAINST FALUN GONG IN CHINA

2006/04/17

International Team Poised to Enter China for “Broad and Rigorous” Investigation of Atrocities against Falun Gong

A newly-formed international coalition of organizations announced today that investigators from North America, Europe, and Australia will begin applying for visas today as part of a plan to enter China and conduct a “broad and rigorous” investigation of China’s concentration and labor camps.

2006/04/14

April 14 2006, Falun Gong News Bulletin

CHINESE PHYSICIANS TELL INVESTIGATOR: ORGANS FROM LIVING FALUN GONG PRISONERS TIANJIN HOSPITAL STAFF CONDUCT RECORD NUMBER OF TRANSPLANTS MEDICAL RECORDS REPORTEDLY BEING SEALED IN JILIN HOSPITALS COLORADO GOVERNMENT RESOLUTION CONDEMNS PRC ABUSES WORLDWIDE PROTESTS GROW, CONTINUE FOR FIFTH WEEK

2004/09/27

Psychiatric Torture Not “Misdiagnosed”

Abuse of Falun Gong practitioners in Chinese mental institutions is widespread, ongoing, and state-sanctioned, say China Mental Health Watch (CHMHW) and the World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong

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