Statistics & Evidence

For years, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has classified any information about human rights abuses against people who practice Falun Gong as "state secrets," making it dangerous for anyone to investigate. Indeed, many who have were themselves victims of wrongful imprisonment and torture.

The CCP has also used political and financial influence around the world to either keep journalists silent, or drive false narratives about Falun Gong.

The result?

This systematic campaign of abductions, torture, and death targeting tens of millions of Chinese people remains largely hidden from view.

Yet, by pulling together reports from the United Nations, the U.S. government, human rights organizations, and a few quality pieces of investigative journalism, the real scope and scale of this persecution campaign emerges with much clarity.

The following are key indicators quantifying this human rights crisis.

Key Statistics

What is the source of evidence?

Our documented cases, statistics, and analysis are built upon reports from a variety of high-quality sources. Here’s a closer look at five of the most common sources…