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Xinjiang detention camps

Inquiry

This inquiry will examine the ways in which the UK Government can prevent UK companies from benefitting from forced labour in Xinjiang, support members of the Uyghur diaspora community, and strengthen the UK Government’s, and particularly the FCDO’s, atrocity prevention mechanisms.

 

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Reports, special reports and government responses

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Oral evidence transcripts

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27 April 2021
Inquiry Xinjiang detention camps
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
13 April 2021
Inquiry Xinjiang detention camps
Witnesses Azeem Ibrahim (Research Professor, Strategic Studies Institute at US Army War College, and Director at Center for Global Policy), and Charles Parton OBE (Senior Associate Fellow at Royal United Services Institute (RUSI))
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
13 April 2021
Inquiry Xinjiang detention camps
Witnesses Rushan Abbas (Founder and Executive Director at Campaign for Uyghurs), Peter Irwin (Senior Program Officer for Advocacy and Communications at Uyghur Human Rights Project), and Rayhan Asat (Attorney, Yale World Fellow, President at American Turkic International Lawyers Association)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
XIN0086 - Xinjiang detention camps
Witnesses Dr Radomir Tylecote
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
XIN0084 - Xinjiang detention camps
Witnesses Dr Joanne Smith Finley (Reader in Chinese Studies at Newcastle University)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
XIN0066 - Xinjiang detention camps
Witnesses Anonymous submitter
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence