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Never Again: China's Camps. An interview with Sophie Richardson of Human Rights Watch

July 07, 2020 Hope Not Hate
Hope Not Hate
Never Again: China's Camps. An interview with Sophie Richardson of Human Rights Watch
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Hope Not Hate
Never Again: China's Camps. An interview with Sophie Richardson of Human Rights Watch
Jul 07, 2020
Hope Not Hate

The Uyghur crisis in western China has led to over 1 million – some upwards of 2 million – Muslim Uyghur people being interned in what the Chinese government calls "re-education" centres. They've steadily faced an erosion of their cultural and religious rights, forcible birth control and increasingly oppressive surveillance. Now a shrinking minority within their own lands, Sophie Richardson, China director of Human Rights Watch, speaks to HOPE not hate's Nick Ryan about what's really happening in Xinjiang Province

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The Uyghur crisis in western China has led to over 1 million – some upwards of 2 million – Muslim Uyghur people being interned in what the Chinese government calls "re-education" centres. They've steadily faced an erosion of their cultural and religious rights, forcible birth control and increasingly oppressive surveillance. Now a shrinking minority within their own lands, Sophie Richardson, China director of Human Rights Watch, speaks to HOPE not hate's Nick Ryan about what's really happening in Xinjiang Province