During the thirteen session of the UN Human Rights Council, the Falun Gong Human Rights Working Group, together with the Conscience Foundation, submitted a report on the Chinese government’s psychiatric torture of Falun Gong practitioners to various human rights mechanisms of the United Nations and to members of UN Human Rights Council.
China’s use of nerve-damaging chemicals to destroy Falun Gong practitioners’ capacity to hold thoughts and conscience has drawn the international community’s attention. As a result, organizations, agencies and individuals have made many helpful suggestions on how to stop such criminal acts. Based on the feedback we have received, FLGHRWG is launching a global initiative to work with world governments, agencies, and organizations to end the Chinese government’s mind-killing practices, and make those hospitals and individuals involved in psychiatric torture accountable for their crimes.
The global initiative includes the following actions:
As the Chinese government is escalating its use of nerve-damaging chemicals to other victim groups, the FLGHRWG also appeals to the good people of the world to:
The FLGHRWG hopes that, by working together, governments, organizations, and individuals around the world can fully expose and put an end to the Chinese government’s mind-killing criminal acts.
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