UN Human Rights Council must demand answers from China over Xinjiang mass internment camps

At China’s last human rights review in 2013, the government gave assurances that independent UN human rights experts would be allowed to visit XUAR, yet none have since been granted access to the region. The Chinese authorities consistently denied the camps’ existence until 16 October, when the governor of the XUAR described them as vocational training centers in an interview with Chinese state media.

 

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https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2018/11/un-human-rights-council-demand-answers-china-xinjiang-mass-internment-camps/

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