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Uyghur Human Rights Project

The Uyghur Human Rights Project (UHRP) promotes the rights of the Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslim peoples in East Turkistan, referred to by the Chinese government as the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, through research-based advocacy. UHRP was founded in 2004 as a project of the Uyghur American Association and became an independent nonprofit organization in 2016.

UHRP publishes reports and analysis, in English and Chinese, to defend Uyghurs’ civil, political, social, cultural, and economic rights according to international human rights standards. UHRP also submit reports and policy recommendations to governments and multilateral bodies like the UN and EU.

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Uyghur Human Rights Project

UHRP Buwi Report 2024

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New Report Calls on UNESCO and Its Members to End Complicity in China’s Cultural Cleansing of Uyghurs

Uyghur Human Rights Project

Forced Marriage of Uyghur Women. State Policies for Interethnic Marriages in East Turkistan

Uyghur Human Rights Project

Weaponized Passports: the Crisis of Uyghur Statelessness

One Freedom is how the Asia Freedom Institute (AFI) designated the community of organizations, alliances and coalitions working to promote freedom and democracy in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and PRC-occupied territories. Many of these organizations work globally, lobby foreign governments, conduct primary research, bring uncensored news and voices from people living in China and Chinese-occupied territories to the world, and counter PRC’s malign influence in Asia and across the globe. AFI will spotlight and amplify the work of these organizations.