Bolivia Lithium Contracts Make It Complicit In China’s Uyghur Abuses
By Joseph Bouchard and Yulina Goto
Chinese firms involved in extracting the country's large reserves of the vital mineral have well-documented links to forced labor and other abuses in the Xinjiang region.
Now You See Me, Now You Don’t: Chinese Companies’ Vanishing Acts in Xinjiang
By Magnus Fiskesjö
There is a recurring pattern of Chinese firms attempting to hide branches in the Uyghur region, seeking to avoid association with human rights abuses.
The Complex Reality of Uyghur Forced Labor: Unveiling the Products Implicated
By Kuldeep Singh Chauhan
A new report reveals that the Chinese government has invested substantial resources in developing an extensive network of compulsory labor, encompassing a wide range of industries.
Two Ways Indonesia is Helping China Persecute the Uyghurs
By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat and Yeta Purnama
Jakarta has been vocal in its defense of the Rohingya and the Palestinians. So why is it being so cautious about the situation in China's Xinjiang region?
Will the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act Make a Difference?
By Ruth Ingram
The UFLPA will stand, or fall, on the degree of enforcement and global cooperation.
Geoffrey Cain on Xinjiang’s ‘Perfect Police State’
By Sebastian Strangio
"Every person in Xinjiang is documented down to their genetic makeup, the sound of their voice, and whether they enter their homes through the front door or the back."
If China’s Anti-Uyghur Campaign Isn’t Genocide, What Is?
By Omer Kanat
If the world’s only response to genocide is to engage in endless debate of the term, then “never again” is truly an empty promise.
Was Your Face Mask Made Using Forced Labor in China?
By Nury Turkel and James W. Carr
The American people have a right to rest assured that they are not unknowingly buying products that fund forced labor.
Are Australians Buying Chinese Goods Produced With Forced Labor?
By Joshua Mcdonald
After recent reports laid out evidence that Uyghurs were being sent to work in factories around China after detention, Australian governments are reviewing some contracts.
It’s Time for US Companies to Investigate Forced Labor in China
By Richard Altieri and Benjamin Della Rocca
The U.S. government should shift the burden of due diligence to companies, which are best positioned to uncover their business partners’ labor practices.