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World Uyghur Congress Applauds European Parliament´s Urgency Resolution on Safeguarding Kashgar

March 11, 2011 by admin

The World Uyghur Congress (WUC) on behalf of the Uyghur community around the world applauds the Urgency Resolution on Safeguarding Kashgar adopted today in the European Parliament. With this resolution, the European Parliament is publicly expressing that the Old City of Kashgar must be preserved and destruction halted. The ancient city of Kashgar, located in the very heart of the Silk Road, is not only a crucial cultural site for Uyghur identity, but part of world civilization with its unique reflections of accumulated history, tolerance and cultural diversity. The urgency resolution is both a clear and unequivocal signal to the Chinese authorities to uphold its responsibilities to preserve world heritage sites like Kashgar and the Uyghur culture, and also to stop the ongoing human rights violations against the Uyghur population in East Turkestan.


November 11, 2010 by admin


WASHINGTON, DC, November 10, 2010. Laogai Research Foundation (LRF) Founder and Executive Director Harry Wu, along with distinguished scholar Robert Conquest and Lithuanian politician and activist Emanuelis Zingeris, received the Truman-Reagan Medal of Freedom from the Victims of Communism Foundation (VOCF) in an awards eremony Tuesday evening at the Lithuanian Embassy.

In introducing Mr. Wu's award, VOCF Chairman Dr. Lee Edwards said, "Harry Wu is a shining example of what one courageous man can do to resist tyranny and further liberty."

During his acceptance speech, Mr. Wu dedicated the award to the more than 40 million victims of the Laogai forced labor prison camp system, saying "we have to remember that Communism is still alive in the repressive regimes of China, North Korea, Vietnam, and Cuba."

Announcement of the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize

October 11, 2010 by admin

Thank you Nobel Committee Oslo!!

picture of Liu Xiaobo

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Irish Times: Dalai Lama praises Nobel winner

Spiegel Online: Nobel Prize Is Slap in the Face for China

The Australien: Wife tells peace prize winner Liu Xiaobo of award

European Parliament resolution of 21 January 2010 on human rights violations in China, notably the case of Liu Xiaobo

August 2, 2010 by admin

The European Parliament ,

– having regard to its previous resolutions on China, in particular its resolutions of, respectively, 13 December 2007 on the EU-China Summit and the EU/China human rights dialogue, and 26 November 2009 on "China: minority rights and the application of the death penalty",

– having regard to its resolution of 6 September 2007 on the functioning of the human rights dialogues and consultations on human rights with third countries,

Verfassungsschutzbericht 2009 Auszug

July 22, 2010 by admin

Verfassungsschutzbericht 2009 Auszug


July 22, 2010 by admin

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