HRC 48 General Debate on item 3 human rights situation of Sindh

HRC 48 General Debate on item 3 human rights situation of Sindh

We are profoundly grateful to UN working group on Enforced and Involuntary disappearances for comprehensively raising the issue of forced abduction of Sindhis through a joint communication in March this year. Despite this, disappearances of Sindhi political and human rights activists by Pakistani secret agencies continue unabated. In the month of August alone more than 10 prominent political workers and human rights activists including Insaf Dayo, Ayoub Kandhro, Suhail Raza Bhatti, Zakir Sahito, Kashif Tagar have been abducted. 

Urgent Appeal – REQUEST TO IMMEDIATELY HALT DEPORTATION OF AHMADI FROM GERMANY

Urgent Appeal – REQUEST TO IMMEDIATELY HALT DEPORTATION OF AHMADI FROM GERMANY

We urge you to intervene and prevent this  deportations and ensure that this individual is not sent back to Pakistan where he may face imminent death or other serious harm.  In particular, as reflected in the most recent human rights reports from UN, UNHCR, U.S., U.K. and other European bodies attached herein, the situation for Ahmadis in Pakistan is extremely dire and precarious and requires swift action. 

World Summit on Organ Harvesting Presented by Five NGOs

World Summit on Organ Harvesting Presented by Five NGOs

Forced organ harvesting is an unethical and illegal yet highly profitable practice where organs are removed from non-consenting, healthy people and sold to patients for fast-tracked transplantation operations. Although illegal organ trafficking has occurred in several regions, it is only in China that it is government sanctioned and under military control, involving disenfranchised, vulnerable populations.

World Summit against Forced Organ Harvesting: An Alarm for Humankind

World Summit against Forced Organ Harvesting: An Alarm for Humankind

More than 35 international experts will discuss the abusive practice of forced organ harvesting from medical, legal, political, news media, civil society, and policy-making perspectives and elaborate on the impact this atrocity has on humankind. The event organizers also announce the launch of a Universal Declaration that will be presented to the public at the end of the World Summit.

World Summit on Organ Harvesting Presented by Five NGOs

Invitation World Summit on Combating and Preventing Forced Organ Harvesting in China

The crime of forcibly removing organs from living non-consenting prisoners for profit, for the purpose of transplantation, research or other medical procedures, commonly known as forced organ harvesting, poses a great danger to humankind as it violates universal ethical values, moral principles of life and human dignity, thus turning the medical profession into an abusive practice. In that process, persecuted prisoners of conscience in China, primarily Falun Gong are being killed (executed) and thus becoming the human sources of those organs.

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