In addition to commentary of the impact of U.S. sanctions and Chinese deployment of surveillance technology, this project features a series of four in-depth reports sets forth a strategy for how businesses, governments, multilateral organizations, NGOs, and other actors can work together to address XUAR-linked forced labor in global supply chains.
All content by Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region
Event by Marti Flacks , Robert Silvers , Omer Kanat , Laura Murphy , and Cynthia Whittenberg — December 6, 2022
Critical Questions by Marti Flacks and Madeleine Songy — June 27, 2022
Report by Amy K. Lehr — February 3, 2021
Online Event: Stopping Human Rights Abuses in Xinjiang: What's Worked, What Hasn't, and What's Next?
Event by Jude Blanchette , Amy K. Lehr , Jessica Batke , Megha Rajagopalan , and Sheena Chestnut Greitens — December 16, 2020
Report by Amy K. Lehr and Efthimia Maria (“Mariefaye”) Bechrakis — December 16, 2020
Report by Amy K. Lehr — November 16, 2020
Brief by Amy K. Lehr — July 30, 2020
Event by Jude Blanchette , Amy K. Lehr , Josh Chin , Kate O'Keeffe , and Christina Larson — November 6, 2019
Report by Amy K. Lehr and Efthimia Maria (“Mariefaye”) Bechrakis — October 16, 2019
The United States Blacklisted 28 Chinese Entities over Repression of Muslim Minorities in Xinjiang. What Does This Mean for Human Rights?
Critical Questions by Amy K. Lehr and Efthimia Maria (“Mariefaye”) Bechrakis — October 11, 2019