It is well-known to the world that there are numerous internment camps (concentration camps) in East Turkistan, where over 3 millions of Uyghur as well as other ethnic Turkic muslims are interned. The Chinese government calls them vocational education and training centers. According to the report of the survived victims, in the camps people suffer under mistreatment and torture, they are forced to the political indoctrination. Sexual abuses to the females are daily practices. Since March 17, the European Union, United Kingdom, United States and Canada have successively announced that the CCP’s policy against Uyghur is defined as crimes against humanity and genocide, and therefore sanctions have been launched against relevant Chinese officials.
Recently, Human Rights Watch published the “2020 World Human Rights Report”, which covered more than 100 countries in 761 pages. Among them, the CCP’s human rights situation has undoubtedly become the focus of the world attention. In response to the CCP’s concentration camp policy in East Turkestan, the report stated that the Chinese Government had seriously violated the human rights of the Uyghur and other Muslim people, to which they should be held accountable.
The CCP’s totalitarian rule has severely violated the rights of Uyghurs and other Muslims. The Chinese Communist government has been moving large numbers of Chinese people into East Turkistan since 1949, implementing colonial rule. The CCP aims to eliminate Uyghur language, religion, culture, customs and national identity characteristics, tearing apart its inherent identity, forcing people to accept the Chinese culture, in that the CCP adopting a systematic policy of assimilation.
Since Chen Quanguo was appointed to become the Party Secretary of the “Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region” in 2016, he has unscrupulously expanded and strengthened the so-called “the Government of Xinjiang” policy, establishing a mass scale of concentration camps in the region, and systematically implemented genocide policies against Uyghur.
The Chinese democracy movement and the World Uygur Congress want to confront against the CCP’s inhumanity policy. An online meeting is planed on the topic about the current situation around the Uyghur issue.
Organizers of the event:
Tienchi M.-Liao, Dr. Erkin Ekrem, Dilxat Raxit, Wuer Kaixi, Pan Yongzhong.
Time: April 25, 2021
US East:10 a.m.; US West: 7 a.m.; Berlin: 4 p.m.; Hong Kong/Taipei: 10 p.m.
Japan:11 p.m.; Melbourne: April 26, 2 a.m.; New Zealand: April 26, 4 a.m.
Conference Venue: Zoom Network
The conference link will be provided on April 23(Friday) and send through e-mails to all participants. The conference is a live broadcast, it can be seen on YouTube at the same time. Those who do not speak can participate as observers.
The invited speaker: the invitation is on the way….
Moderators: Ms. Tienchi M.-Liao, Dr. Erkin Ekrem
The agenda will be sent to the speakers on April 20, 2021 through the e-mail.
Press release: On April 15,
Taiwan People News (Minbao, https://www.peoplenews.tw);
World Uyghur Congress Website (https://www.uyghurcongress.org/en/) etc.
The video of the event will be posted on YouTube.
On April 27, report on print media at
Taiwan People News, Sinoeurovoices.com, World Uygur Congress Website
Uyghur community: Dilxat Raxit, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
America/Canada: Chen Liqun, E-Mail: E-Mail：email@example.com
Europe: Pan Yongzhong, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Australia and Asia: Wang Jinzhong, E-Mail: email@example.com
Responsible for the PR-work:
Sino Euro Voices e.V. (https://sinoeurovoices.com), World Uyghur Congress