A monthly newsletter with updates on prisoner cases, events, and publications as well as key moments in Dui Hua’s history.
Human Rights Journal
A blog offering original analysis and translations related to human rights and rule of law developments in China.
A blog presenting translations of open-source Chinese materials.
Press statements focus on the sentencing, clemency, and release of political and religious prisoners; rights-related developments in Chinese law; criminal justice statistics; and organizational updates and achievements.
Dui Hua’s quarterly prisoner updates provides the latest information staff researchers have uncovered through online and library research and through direct dialogue with the Chinese government.
John Kamm Remembers
John Kamm Remembers are stories written by John recounting his advocacy work on behalf of Chinese prisoners of conscience both prior to and since founding The Dui Hua Foundation in 1999. From these stories, you will see how an American business man turned human rights activist established a dialogue on human rights with the Chinese government to advocate for prisoners of conscience.
Mass Incidents Monitor
Dui Hua’s Mass Incident Monitor tracks unrest in China and those detained for their participation in these events. Monitoring these events allows for a greater understanding in how Chinese police investigate such incidents and the measures they take to prevent them. Key to preventing the outbreak of mass incidents—and their transformation into destabilizing political affairs—is expansion of police intelligence-gathering activity. The role of social unrest as a breeding ground for subversive activity makes mass incidents a key area for continued research for Dui Hua.
Political Prisoner Database
Using open-source materials, Dui Hua collects information on non-violent political dissidents, religious practitioners, minorities labeled “splittists”, and petitioners.Learn More
Newly uncovered information on political and religious prisoners Dui Hua advocates on behalf of.Learn More
Mass Incidents Monitor
Track major mass incidents on a range of social issues from labor rights, environmental protection, to government corruption.Learn More
Death Penalty Reform
Dui Hua monitors the application of the death penalty in China and makes periodic estimations of the annual number of executions.Learn More
Women in Prison
Dui Hua aims to increase dialogue on incarcerated women to promote the Bangkok Rules and the better treatment of women in prison.Learn More
Dui Hua hosts expert exchanges on juvenile justice as a means of increasing transparency and mutual understanding.Learn More
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