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Phone: 202-223-8073
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2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
#803
Arlington, VA 22206

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China’s Two-Child Policy Would Continue Crimes against Women and Children

"First the [Chinese Communist Party] would kill any baby after one. Now they will kill any baby after two.” – Chen Guangcheng, Chinese human rights advocate (Oct. 29, 2015)

Genevieve Plaster, M.A.
December 21, 2015
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Written Testimony of Chen Guangcheng: A Matter of Life and Death

To address the issue of violent birth control in China, let me start by listing birth control slogans from some of the following provinces: In Yunnan: All villagers will be sterilized once a single villager violates the birth quota. In Sichuan: Anyone avoiding sterilization must be put in custody; anyone avoiding sterilization must be punished by bulldozing their house; anyone avoiding abortion shall surrender their cattle and house.

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Thirteen Million “Hidden” Children due to China’s One-Child Policy

In 2010, China conducted its latest census, which revealed that the country had 13 million undocumented children. The majority were “over-quota” children born in violation of China’s one-child policy, and who were accordingly denied legal identification or “household registration” known as hukou. Without hukou, a person cannot attend school, receive healthcare or government support, travel by train or plane, or get married.

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Abolition of China’s Population Control Policy Becoming Area of Consensus

Last week the Chinese government announced that a series of changes would be made in China’s social policy.  The reported reforms include the abolition of the much-criticized forced labor camps used for prisoners as well as the relaxation of China’s infamous one-child policy.

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Chen Discusses How China’s Human Rights Violations Threaten Global Justice

Last week Chinese human rights activist Chen Guangcheng released an article on Public Discourse where he discusses the next human rights revolution- writing on the abuses taking place in China.  His article highlights how China’s barbaric violations of human dignity threaten justice not only in China but across the world.

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Human Trafficking Report Shows One Child Policy a Lead Cause of Trafficking in China

Last week, the State Department released their annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report.  The years report saw the downgrade of three countries (China, Russia, and Uzbekistran) from a Tier 2 ranking to Tier 3, which is the lowest possible ranking.  Countries designated into the Tier 3 category are those countries that “do not fully comply with the (trafficking) law’s minimum standards and are not making significant efforts to do so.”

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Chinese Think Tank Calls for End of One Child Policy

The China Development Research Foundation, a government run Chinese think tank, has issued a recommendation calling for a change in the country’s infamous one-child policy.  This call for a “roll back” marks the first time since the policy’s institution in 1980 that any government agency has publicly pushed the state on its compulsory and oftentimes coercive family planning policy.

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