China: Human rights in China in 2001- a new step backwards (An Amnesty International briefing)

China: Human rights in China in 2001- a new step backwards (An Amnesty International briefing)

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Index Number: ASA 17/028/2001
Date Published: 2 September 2001
Categories: Asia And The Pacific, China

This briefing summarises Amnesty International's concerns about the major developments in the human rights situation in China. These include the increasing use of the the death penalty in the "strike hard" campaign against crime, the crackdown on the Falun Gong movement and the forcible repatriation of North Korean refugees.


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