When an exile Tibetan woman unexpectedly encounters a man from her childhood . . .
“[A]n urgent but understated drama. The film puts its points across with a delicacy and sobriety rare in moviemaking.” ——The New York Times
For the 30th anniversary of June Fourth, HRIC presents the “Unforgotten” project—a series of profiles of those killed by the Chinese martial law troops. Based on the information accumulated by the Tiananmen Mothers over nearly three decades, “Unforgotten” seeks to honor the lives of the fallen by telling their stories, and generate international support for the Tiananmen Mothers in their three demands from the Chinese government: the truth of what happened, accountability for the killing of unarmed civilians, and compensation to survivors and families of those killed. More profiles will be added to this first group of 30.
Watch: China Review – 31st Session of Universal Periodic Review, November 6, 2018
Watch: Consideration of the UPR review of China, March 15, 2019
Submitted to the Human Rights Council in Advance of the Third Universal Periodic Review of the People’s Republic of China, March 2018
Submitted as input into the report by the High Commissioner on the procedures and practices of civil society involvement with regional and international organizations requested under the Human Rights Council (HRC) Resolution 32/31.