Hacked Chinese police data has exposed the brutality of Communist China’s death camps in Xinjiang where between 1-3 million Uyghurs, Kazahks, and others are being held against their will.
A discussion focused on the plight of the Uyghurs in their homeland and on the ways to uphold their human rights and stop their persecution by the Chinese Communist Party and its enablers around the world.
On February 17, 2022, a ceremony was held in Washington, D.C., in which Captive Nations Coalition of the Committee on the Present Danger: China presented the “Freedom Award” to the human rights advocate and NBA star, Mr. Enes Kanter Freedom.
Secret documents urge population control, mass round-ups and punishment of Uyghurs.
Zeta Beta Tau at Columbia University Captive Nations Coalition of the Committee on Present Danger: China present an Evening Panel featuring some of the most prominent voices in Chinese Human Rights issues
On October 1st, 2021, Uyghurs and their supporters organized a rally in front of the Lincoln Memorial, calling on the world to condemn the Chinese
Our expert panel discusses our initial national security and human rights analysis of the threat posed by CCP’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the larger goal of Chinese world domination looming large on radar.
CAPTIVE NATIONS PROCLAMATION Captive Nations Week is an annual official observance in the United States aimed at demonstrating solidarity with the “captive nations” under the control of authoritarian governments. The week was first declared by a Congressional resolution in 1953 and signed into law (Public Law 86-90) by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1959. Every
Mihrigul Tursun’s nightmare began in March 2017.
She returned from Egypt, where she had been living and working, to Xinjiang, a province in the western part of China. She was born and raised in Xinjiang as part of the ethnic Muslim group there known as Uighurs. At the time, Tursun had triplets who were two months old, and she was returning to Xinjiang so that her relatives could help her raise them.
East Turkistan Background East Turkistan has a rich and distinctive history, enhanced by its position along the Silk Road bridging mainland China and the ancient Arabic, Persian and European cultures to the west. Since 1949, East Turkistan has become a nuclear testing ground for the Chinese military, it is home to large numbers of Chinese