Uyghur Crisis: Adversity, Advocacy, Activism

Category: Asia, Featured, Highlights, Videos, World Affairs Topics: Human Rights, Muslim China, Uyghurs Views: 1092

A panel of experts discuss the ongoing human rights crisis in northwestern China (Xinjiang/East Turkestan) at UCLA. Panelists focus on the history of the Uyghur community, ethnicity and religion in China, international relations, and human rights advocacy.

This public event was sponsored by the UCLA Islamic Studies Program, the Center for Near Eastern Studies (CNES), and the UCLA Promise Institute for Human Rights.

Posted on Dec 2, 2019

  Category: Asia, Featured, Highlights, Videos, World Affairs
  Topics: Human Rights, Muslim China, Uyghurs
Views: 1092

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