Independent People’s Tribunal is Established to Investigate Forced Organ Harvesting in China

An independent tribunal to inquire into forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China has been established as an initiative of the International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China (ETAC). The Tribunal will investigate if any criminal offences have been committed by state or state-approved bodies / organisations in China concerning forced organ…

China’s Plastinated Bodies and Specimen Industry – What is Australia’s Responsibility? – Madeleine Bridgett

On Monday September 17 international human rights barrister Madeleine Bridgett gave a speech entitled ‘China’s Plastinated Bodies and Specimen Industry – What is Australia’s Responsibility?’ at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia. She was joined by human rights lawyer David Matas and expert on Asia democracy Louisa Greve, to discuss why the eradication campaign against Falun Gong…

Organ Harvest – A Collection of Poems by Damian Robin

‘Organ Harvest’ is a collection of thirty-three short poems in traditional English verse from the UK’s Damian Robin. They are inspired by research from Nobel Peace Prize 2017 nominee Ethan Gutmann, and previous Nobel nominees David Kilgour, David Matas, and Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH); and other sources. Some poems express the ethical dilemmas…

Wendy Rogers: Transplant Abuse: Organ Sourcing in China – Presentation PDF

Transplant Abuse: Organ Sourcing in China Professor of clinical ethics at Macquarie University Wendy Rogers gave a presentation on ‘Transplant abuse: organ sourcing in China‘ at the Hepatobiliary and Transplant Anaesthesia Teaching Month at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane on August 30, 2018. Rogers’ presentation detailed: Prior to 2015, organs in China were sourced from prisoners,…

HRW 2002 report – Dangerous Meditation

China’s Campaign Against Falun Gong written by Mickey Spiegel, research consultant to the Asia Division of Human Rights Watch.  View full report.  Recommendations To the Chinese government: Immediately release from detention and incarceration all Falungong followers held for peaceful practice of their beliefs.Permit the resumption of public and private Falungong practice.Remove all mention of “superstitious sects,”…