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Information Today “The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and its member organization, Human Rights in China (HRIC), denounce the decision of the World Summit on Information Society (WSIS), a process that claims to include the broadest possible participation, to block open discussion...
Five villagers representing the 500 residents of Yangguidian, a village in central Hubei province, were taken off a bus by about 40 police officers on Saturday as they tried to travel to Beijing, the New York-based group Human Rights in China said in a statement. Full Text
"Nicholas Becquelin, the Hong Kong-based research director of Human Rights in China , said talk about a delay in lifting the embargo was all for the wrong reasons. "The EU and the United States have totally abandoned the human rights reasons. They are only concerned about their bilateral relations...
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Asian Political News "...Xu Zhengqing, 42, was detained Sunday morning and charged a day later, according to his wife Ai Fuyong and the overseas advocacy group Human Rights in China . But on Saturday, as the group of 22 set off for Zhao's memorial service at Babaoshan Cemetery in Beijing, dozens of...
"...'It is a coincidence that we see them appear in a short time. But at the same time, I think it reflects deeper issues in Chinese society and political make-up,' Nicolas Becquelin, based in Hong Kong with Human Rights in China , said of the protests..." Full Article
Fifteen years ago, in June of 1989, the Chinese government ordered the People’s Liberation Army to violently crush a movement by Chinese citizens calling for political and social reform. The ruthless suppression in Beijing and elsewhere in China shocked the world.
ABC Radio Australia A leading Chinese dissident who spent more than a decade in prison is reportedly set to be released before completing his full sentence. Human Rights in China says 38-year-old Kang Yuchun , is to be freed more than five years before the end of his original 17-year sentence in...
Kanti Kumar, ed. Human Rights in China (HRIC), the only organisation devoted exclusively to human rights issues in China, has been denied accreditation to the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) scheduled for Geneva in December. HRIC feels rejection of its application to attend WSIS...
Human Rights in China's Executive Director Xiao Qiang and Chairman Liu Qing have met with Wang Dan in Detroit's Henry Ford Hospital, where he is undergoing a complete medical evaluation. Wang Dan has also spoken with prominent dissidents Wei Jingsheng and Li Shuxian. Wang Dan is in good spirits and...

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