1 February 2024, 1100 GMT
Join us in an online discussion on the pressing issue of China's misuse of INTERPOL in targeting Uyghurs abroad. In the wake of the recent Universal Periodic Review on China's human rights situation, we explore the alarming trend of using INTERPOL as a tool for the repatriation and repression of Uyghurs.
The discussion will shed light on specific cases, including that of Idris Hasan, analysing the broader implications for human rights and discussing potential avenues for advocacy and change.
This webinar, chaired by distinguished Baroness Helena Kennedy, brings together an expert panel including Ben Keith, barrister at 5 St Andrew’s Hill, Alexis Thiry of Mena Rights Group, Rahima Mahmut, Director of Stop Uyghur Genocide and UK Director of the World Uyghur Congress, and Laura Harth, Campaign director at Safeguard Defenders.