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Submissions and reports made to United Nations treaty bodies and special mechanisms can be found below.

HRIC's other submissions to UN bodies include the Human Rights Council and the World Summit of Information Society.


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Human Rights in China has submitted two NGO parallel reports to the United Nations Human Rights Council, in advance of the 2013 and 2009 Universal Periodic Reviews of China. (HRIC's other submissions to UN bodies include those to various UN treaty bodies and the World Summit of Information Society.)

Compiled by HRIC based on published reports and information available online. Total Count: 136 individuals. (An asterisk (*) denotes that the detention or physical restriction of the individual has ended.) 

Last updated August 2014. 

See also: Citizen Activists on Trial 2013-2014: Schedule/Status and Essays

2014

Scenes from three events: The Hong Kong Federation of Students’ discussion forum, June 3; the “Citizens against Pseudo-Universal Suffrage” march, June 14; democracy march organized by Civil Human Rights Front, July 1.

Updated: May 8, 2015

Starting in late 2013, a number of citizen activists, many of whom were involved in the New Citizens Movement and actively campaigning for official asset transparency, were put on trial in Beijing and Guangdong. The numerous detentions and trials of citizen activists demonstrate a trend of intensifying crackdown on citizen activism, particularly in relation to official asset transparency and corruption. Below is a regularly updated HRIC compilation of trial schedules and statuses, as well as related statements and essays. 

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