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China, the world’s most populous country, is a vast land of ancient civilization, awe-inspiring landmarks, and a dynamic culture that spans thousands of years. With a population exceeding 1.4 billion people, China is a diverse nation with a rich tapestry of traditions and a rapidly growing economy. China’s history is steeped in legend and dynasties, from the mighty Qin Dynasty and the magnificent Forbidden City to the iconic Great Wall, a testament to human engineering and perseverance. The country’s cultural heritage is seen in its traditional arts, such as calligraphy, opera, and martial arts like Kung Fu. From the bustling streets of Beijing to the modern skyline of Shanghai, China is a juxtaposition of ancient traditions and rapid urbanization. Its natural wonders are equally breathtaking, from the scenic karst mountains of Guilin to the mystical beauty of the Yellow Mountains. Chinese cuisine is celebrated worldwide, offering a diverse array of flavors and regional specialties like Peking duck, dim sum, and Sichuan cuisine known for its spicy dishes. Chinese festivals, such as Chinese New Year and the Dragon Boat Festival, showcase the country’s vibrant traditions and customs. China’s global influence continues to grow, making it a major player in economics, technology, and culture. As the nation embraces modernization while preserving its deep-rooted heritage, China remains a captivating destination for travelers and a nation that has left an indelible mark on the world stage.

Policy on Human Rights Protection in China

Northern Justice Watch is committed to protecting human rights globally, emphasizing accountability for crimes against humanity. We are aware of the human rights abuses in China, especially in the Xinjiang region, against religious and ethnic minority groups, particularly Uyghurs. We focus our attention and resources on fostering justice and accountability for Uyghur newcomers and survivors seeking support from our organization.  To achieve this, we will, among other things: 


  • Monitor, document, and publicly report on human rights violations in China by relying on evidence-based findings and remaining impartial in our documentation;
  • Provide advocacy and support tailored to Uyghur newcomers and survivors seeking support from our organization, and focus on the promotion of equal treatment towards different religious and ethnic groups with dignity and respect;  
  • Form strategic partnerships with other organizations and government bodies at all levels to provide relief to Uyghur newcomers and survivors seeking support from our organization;
  • Engage in interventions to facilitate the opening of investigations and other redress-seeking processes for Uyghur newcomers and survivors seeking support from our organization.


We, as Northern Justice Watch, are deeply concerned about the human rights situation in China. The Northern Justice Watch is dedicated to upholding the principles of equality, dignity, and respect for all individuals, regardless of their religion or opinions. We firmly believe that freedom of religion and expression are fundamental rights that can only enrich our society and shall not be punished.


Given the alarming allegations of serious atrocity crimes against Uyghurs and other ethnic and religious minority groups in China, we call upon government bodies at all levels to conduct thorough investigations into these allegations. It is our unwavering belief that every individual possesses an inherent right to dignity and worth, and we are committed to advocating for justice and accountability in China.

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