Prof. Wendy Rogers

Prof. Wendy Rogers Awarded Flinders University Alumni Award

Professor Wendy Rogers was awarded a 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award for her distinguished leadership, advocacy and commitment to the field of medical ethics, including spearheading a ground-breaking investigation into the unethical use of human organs in research and becoming a leading activist in exposing organ transplant abuse in China.     Article originally posted here: …

United States Congress

PRESS RELEASE: Bipartisan Stop Forced Organ Harvesting Bill of 2021 Introduced in the United States

‘Stop Forced Organ Harvesting Act of 2021’ welcomed after bi-partisan introduction to both houses of the United States Congress US Legislators take action to protect US citizens and to stop a horrifying trade in China that claims the lives of innocent victims [10 March 2021]: The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) and the International…

Bill to Combat Organ Harvesting to be Debated in French Parliament

View Bill 3316 presented by MP Frédérique Dumas here: “Legislative proposal aimed at ensuring ethical respect for organ donation by our non-European partners,” Translated article by La Monde. French MPs call for transparency in scientific cooperation with China About sixty elected officials are concerned about the removal of organs from death row inmates, even…

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UK Medicines and Medical Devices Act 2021 Includes First UK Legislation to Combat Forced Organ Harvesting

An organ harvesting amendment to the Medicines and Medical Devices Bill in the UK, passed through both Houses with government support. The Bill provided the opportunity to prevent complicity in forced organ harvesting within the UK medicine industry. Prior to this Bill, neither the Human Tissue (Quality and Safety for Human Application) Regulations nor the…

McMaster University AGM Hears of China’s Organ Harvesting – Hundreds of Doctors Attend

ORGAN TRANSPLANTS FROM PRISONERS OF CONSCIENCE IN CHINA Message (virtual) by Hon. David Kilgour, J.D., for International Coalition to end Organ Transplant Abuse in China (ETAC) Annual General Meeting (virtual) of UOSSM* at McMaster University, Hamilton Feb 6th, 2021 Time is short, and hopefully there will be some questions, so permit me to address immediately…

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…

China Tribunal webinar

WATCH: UK China Research Group Host Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, Prof Martin Elliott and Hamid Sabi from the China Tribunal

On the 4th November, 2020 the UK’s China Research Group hosted a webinar event focused on the China Tribunal. Sir Geoffrey Nice QC (China Tribunal Chair), Professor Martin Elliott and Hamid Sabi look at the findings of this year’s China Tribunal and evidence of forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China.