NGO and Academic Reports on the Situation in Xinjiang
Human Rights Watch:
“Break Their Lineage, Break Their Roots”
China’s Crimes against Humanity Targeting Uyghurs and Other Turkic Muslims
"Crimes against humanity are considered among the gravest human rights abuses under international law. The specific crimes against humanity documented in this report include imprisonment or other deprivation of liberty in violation of international law; persecution of an identifiable ethnic or religious group; enforced disappearance; torture; murder; and alleged inhumane acts intentionally causing great suffering or serious injury to mental or physical health, notably forced labor and sexual violence."
Genocide Watch: Genocide Emergency Alert - Xinjiang China
Stage 9 - Extermination
More than one million Uyghurs and Muslims are arbitrarily imprisoned in "re-education camps"
Uyghur and Muslim children have been taken from their homes to state orphanages
Uyghur women are forced to get abortions, undergo sterilization, and implant IUDs to reduce Uyghur birth rates"
University of British Columbia & Simon Fraser University:
Xinjiang Documentation Project
"The Xinjiang Documentation Project is a multi-disciplinary research project based at the Institute for Asian Research in the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs at the University of British Columbia and the Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Department at Simon Fraser University. The Project collects, preserves, assesses, and makes available documentary information on the extrajudicial detention of Uyghurs, Kazakhs, and other ethnic groups in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, Northwestern China."
“LIKE WE WERE ENEMIES IN A WAR”
CHINA’S MASS INTERNMENT, TORTURE AND PERSECUTION OF MUSLIMS IN XINJIANG - June 2021
"The internment camp system is part of a larger campaign of subjugation and forced assimilation of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang. The government of China has enacted other far-reaching policies that severely restrict the behaviour of Muslims in Xinjiang. These policies violate multiple human rights, including the rights to liberty and security of person; to privacy; to freedom of movement; to opinion and expression; to thought, conscience, religion, and belief; to participate in cultural life; and to equality and non-discrimination. These violations are carried out in such a widespread and systematic manner that they are now an inexorable aspect of daily life for millions of members of predominantly Muslim ethnic minorities in Xinjiang.
The evidence Amnesty International has gathered provides a factual basis for the conclusion that the Chinese government has committed at least the following crimes against humanity: imprisonment or other severe deprivation of physical liberty in violation of fundamental rules of international law; torture; and persecution."