HUMAN RIGHTS

Hong Kong residents walk past the High Court in Admiralty during a protest against the government's controversial extradition law on June 9, 2019 in Hong Kong. The first person charged under the draconian, Beijing-installed National Security Law will be denied trial by jury.
Right to a Jury Denied in Hong Kong’s First National Security Law Trial
Hong Kong’s High Court ruled on May 20 there will be no jury allowed in the trial of 24-year-old Tong Ying-kit, a protester charged with violating the controversial Beijing-backed National Security Law (NSL). The move...
At least two WHO doctors have allegedly sexually abused Congolese women. Pictured are displaced women gathering for a discussion on recent kidnappings and sexual assaults committed by armed men around the internally displaced persons camp of Bijombo, South Kivu Province, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, on October 9, 2020.
WHO Doctors Accused of Sex Abuse Scandals and Coverups
The World Health Organization (WHO) has been accused of mishandling sex abuse allegations against its staff members following the Ebola outbreak in Congo in 2018, according to an investigation and exposé published by the Associated...
Falun Gong practitioners take part in a silent protest calling to bring former General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, Jiang Zemin, to justice in Hong Kong on October 1, 2004. Minghui Publishing was awarded the highly acclaimed Benjamin Franklin Award for its groundbreaking book, Minghui Report: The 20-Year Persecution of Falun Gong in China.
IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award Goes to Book Exposing CCP Genocide Against Falun Gong
The winner of the prestigious 2021 Bill Fisher Award for Best First Book, Nonfiction, was announced at an elite award ceremony hosted by the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) on May 14. The Benjamin Franklin...
A Chinese woman reacts while setting up the facial recognition feature on her iPhone X inside an Apple showroom in Beijing on November 3, 2017. A report found Apple, along with several other members of the Big Tech cartel, heavily relies on suppliers who utilize a Chinese Communist Party forced labor scheme exploiting Uyghur Muslims.
Apple Products Extensively Use Communist China’s Forced Labor Components: Report
Seven Apple suppliers in China may have benefited from Uyghur forced labor, according to a recent report by investigative news blog The Information. Six of these suppliers are said to have participated in work programs...
Florida is trying to reign in social media censorship with a new bill that was recently approved by the state legislature.
Florida Bill Banning Big Tech from Censoring Politicians Approved in House and Senate
On April 29, Florida’s House and Senate approved a bill aimed at prohibiting social media networks from banning politicians. Despite backlash from Big Tech and Democrats attempting to justify the censorship measures, several officials and...
The Washington D.C. Correctional Treatment Facility is where detained Capitol rioters claim to have been mentally and physically abused.
Detained Capitol Rioters Allegedly Isolated and Tortured
Over 300 people have been charged with participating in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. While many have been released and are awaiting trial, some of the accused are being held without bond because officials consider...
Women sit by a fountain converted into a flowerbed in the courtyard of the Emamzadeh Saleh shrine in the Shemiran district of Iran's capital Tehran on April 14, 2021 on the first day of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan in Iran. The Islamic regime, notorious for its abuse of women’s human rights, was voted to the UN Commission on the Status of Women on April 20 and will join China, Pakistan, Lebanon, and Japan
Iran Elected to UN Commission on Status of Women
The extremist dictatorship of Iran has been elected to the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) for a four-year term after a vote held on April 20. The Iranian regime will sit on...
chinese clothing factory in jiangsu province
Chinese Websites List Uyghur Laborers for Sale by the Batch
Investigative reporting by British Sky News recently exposed the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) practice of selling Uyghur labor on the Chinese internet, where dozens of ads on mainland websites advertise Uyghurs for sale in batches...
At a rally in Washington, DC July 19, 2001, Falun Gong practitioners hold photos of fellow members who died at the hands of the Chinese Communist Party, marking the second anniversary of Jiang Zemin’s persecution of Falun Gong, the largest spiritual group in China facing severe persecution.
Falun Gong ‘Largest Spiritual Group in China Facing Severe Persecution’: Report
An annual religious freedom report by a Christian rights organization has determined the Falun Gong meditation practice to be the largest spiritual group in mainland China facing persecution at the hands of the Chinese Communist...