Pioneering Transplant Surgeons Join ETAC’s International Advisory Committee

ETAC is becoming well known for its efforts to raise awareness of and bring an end to the illegal harvesting and trafficking of human organs. To succeed in this venture, it is critical that ETAC engage effectively with the international transplant community. We are therefore delighted to announce that transplant surgeons Prof David McGiffin and…

ETAC France seeking volunteers with experience in graphic design, social media and admin.

ETAC France Seeking Volunteers with Experience in Graphic Design, Social Media and Admin

1 GRAPHISTE 1 ANIMATEUR RÉSEAUX SOCIAUX International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China (ETAC) ETAC recrute des volontaires : rejoignez-nous en envoyant votre candidature STATUT : bénévole DURÉE : à temps partiel HORAIRES : 1 à 2 h par jour LIEU : travail à domicile Nous recrutons une ou des personnes pour les postes suivants avec des compétences…

International Human Rights Day, 2020

Dutch Committee on Foreign Affairs: Forced Organ Harvesting in China. Speaker – Susie Hughes, ETAC Executive Director

On Human Rights Day, December 2020 ETAC spoke at the meeting of the House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs, The Netherlands Speaker: Susie Hughes, Executive Director, International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China (ETAC) Topic: Forced Organ Harvesting from Prisoners of Conscience in China International Human Rights Day, 2020

David Matas Award

David Matas Awarded Global Humanitarian Leader of the Year Award

Winnipeg-based international human rights lawyer David Matas, and ETAC co-founder, has been awarded the first ever Global Humanitarian Leader of the Year award by the human rights group Canadians in Support of Refugees in Dire Need (CSRDN). The award recognizes outstanding individuals, organizations and programs that uphold the principles of peace, justice and mercy, irrespective…