Xinjiang / Tibet/Mongolia

Full Text: Employment and Labor Rights in Xinjiang

H&M cuts ties with Chinese supplier over Xinjiang forced labour accusations

Swedish clothing giant ends relationship with yarn producer Huafu FashionCompany says it does not work with any garment factories in Xinjiang and will no longer source cotton from region

Clues to scale of Xinjiang labour operation emerge as China defends camps

Beijing white paper says an average of 1.29 million workers a year have gone through ‘vocational training’ between 2014 and 2019

A BEIJING document has revealed the scale of its detention camps – as officials say up to EIGHT MILLION people have gone through “training” at state “gulags”.

The true impact of the Chinese Communist Party government’s internment camps for Uighur and other communities in Xinjiang has been revealed amid international criticism.

Uyghur Youth Held After Posting Rare Videos Criticizing Government From Inside China

Uyghurs hail action by U.S. Congress on China’s forced labor, worst since WWII

Major brands try to determine if cotton in their clothes is from Uighur forced labor in China

Brands like L.L. Bean, Hugo Boss and Uniqlo are trying to root out abuse from their supply chains — a challenge given how much cotton comes from Xinjiang.

China has built 380 internment camps in Xinjiang, study finds

Construction has continued despite Beijing’s claim ‘re-education’ system is winding down

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