Archiv nach Schlagworten: Menschenrechte

Willkommen zum Vortrag chinesischer Menschenrechte in Aachen

Freiheit, Demokratie und Rechtsstaatlichkeit sind für uns unverzichtbar. Doch wie lebt es sich ohne diese Selbstverständlichkeiten? Liu Dejun ist ein chinesicher Menschenrechtsaktivist im Exil. Er wird von seinem persönlichen Engagement in China erzählen bis er verfolgt, verhaftet und gefoltert wurde.

In Kooperation mit der Hochschulgruppe Amnesty International und der interkulturellen Dialogreihe der Studienstiftung.

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Jailed Chinese Activist Guo Feixiong on Hunger Strike For More Than a Month

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Jailed Chinese rights activist Guo Feixiong has now been on hunger strike in Guangdong’s Yangchun prison for more than a month, sparking renewed fears for his deteriorating health, lawyers and relatives told RFA. Weiterlesen »

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China: Diary of a Disappearance – Reflections after my Release

(more details: https://freedomcn.org/experience-of-kidnap-and-torture-in-china/ )

Liu Dejun is a Chinese human rights defender who began his human rights works by educating migrant workers in a factory in Guangzhou about their rights and Chinese labour laws.  He was subsequently fired, after which he started to write essays about human rights and democracy for online publication.  He set up a NGO providing legal assistance and education to migrant workers and the following year he was detained for ten days after giving out leaflets in Guangzhou calling for political reform.  In 2009 he turned his attention to the rights of petitioners in Beijing and was involved in a number of high profile human rights cases.  In 2010 he was abducted by the police in the middle of the night, beaten up, driven a mountainous area in the suburbs of Beijing and dumped on a roadside.  The artist Ai Weiwei later made a documentary (Chinese only) about these events.  Weiterlesen »

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