ETAC is an independent, non-partisan organisation. We are not aligned with any political party, religious or spiritual group, government or any other national or international institution. Our members are from a range of backgrounds, belief systems, religions and ethnicities. We share a common commitment to supporting human rights and ending the horror of forced organ harvesting in China.
Watch this video to be informed:
WHAT IS FORCED ORGAN HARVESTING IN CHINA?
HOW DOES IT DIFFER FROM TRANSPLANT SYSTEMS IN OTHER COUNTRIES?
WHAT EVIDENCE IS THERE THAT IT’S TAKING PLACE?
GRC Legal Advisory Report & Policy Guidance
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International law firm Global Rights Compliance, has published a ‘world’s first’ Legal Advisory Report and Policy Guidance that explores the risks of international collaborations in transplant medicine, research and training and the hard and soft law obligations that govern those partnerships. It also highlights high risk countries such as China, and provides practical advice for mitigating risks and outlines circumstances where disengagement may be required.
China Tribunal Final Judgment
- Forced organ harvesting has been committed for years throughout China on a significant scale and that Falun Gong practitioners have been one – and probably the main – source of organ supply.
- The concerted persecution and medical testing of the Uyghurs is more recent and it may be that evidence of forced organ harvesting of this group may emerge in due course.
- The Tribunal has had no evidence that the significant infrastructure associated with China’s transplantation industry has been dismantled and absent a satisfactory explanation as to the source of readily available organs concludes that forced organ harvesting continues till today.
Webinars – Resources – Student Movement
WHAT IS FORCED ORGAN HARVESTING? UNDERSTANDING THE EVIDENCE
This presentation provides an overview of the multiple lines of evidence, and the primary investigations and reports, that were reviewed by the China Tribunal. Aimed to inform those who are new to the issue of forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China, and to assist participants so they understand the main lines of evidence and can explain them to others in their advocacy.