China Tribunal Interim Judgement
- Normally a tribunal like ours would not issue a partial or interim judgment but would wait until it had made all relevant factual and legal decisions and then issue its single final judgment. Different considerations may apply where issuing a partial or interim judgment may serve the immediate public good.
- The Tribunal’s members are all certain – unanimously, and sure beyond reasonable doubt – that in China forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience has been practised for a substantial period of time involving a very substantial number of victims.
- We will deal in our final judgment in detail with our findings as to whether any international crimes have been committed by this practice, if so by whom and with detail as to time periods and numbers of victims. This final judgment will be derived from our further analysis of present material and other material yet to be provided and to legal advice yet to be received.
- EPISODE ONE: Investigations & Reports (1/4)
- EPISODE TWO: Victims & Numbers (2/4)
- EPISODE THREE: Suppression by the Chinese Communist Party (3/4)
- EPISODE FOUR: Legislation & Advocacy (4/4)
Students have the power to change the unchangeable ..
Find out more about ETAC’s Student Movement – LET’S MOVE ON THIS!
The U.S. House of Representatives and the European Parliament have passed resolutions condemning the Government of China’s harvesting of organs from prisoners of conscience.
In light of these atrocities taking place in China, the governments of Israel, Spain, Taiwan, Norway and Italy have passed laws restricting citizens from traveling to China to receive organs obtained from illicit sources.
Read recent media reports featuring forced organ harvesting in China.
- Forbes – The Independent Tribunal Into Forced Organ Harvesting In China Begins Its Work In London
- The Article – The terrifying truth behind Chinese organ transplantation
- BBC – China’s Organ Transplants Who To Believe?
- Lawyers – Legal bodies issue open letter to NSW Premier