China regards the rights to subsistence and development as its primary and basic human rights. It endeavours to improve the rights of all its people in a coordinated manner and works for their rounded development. Both history and present circumstances attest that China has opened a new path of human rights protection based on its national conditions, and increased the diversity of human civilizations.
China’s State Council Information Office issued a white paper on employment and labour rights in Xinjiang Uyghur autonomous region on Sept 17.
China was keeping millions of Uyghurs Muslims and minorities in secret detention camps in Xinjiang, something that has been repeated by the Uyghur community and human rights activities and different leaders from across the world.
Pakistan’s “Aurat Azadi March” (Women’s Freedom March), with its slogan “my body, my choice,” has become an extremely polarizing annual event. Its organizers are now facing increasing threats from right-wing groups.
Meanwhile, blasphemy against Hinduism continues, with Khan’s ministers openly mocking Hindu deities and around 1,000 Hindu and Christian girls, mostly underage, forcibly converted to Islam each year.
In February 2020, a leaked 137-page spreadsheet from Karakax County in Xinjiang showed exactly how Uyghur families were tracked by authorities. The spreadsheet contained over 300 names of Uyghur families, including the identities of people committed to the concentration camps, and those whom officials were monitoring. Some of those being tracked were as young as 16.