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This is a monthly round-up of all news related to Residential Surveillance at a Designated Location (RSDL) in China.

This is a monthly round-up of all news related to Residential Surveillance at a Designated Location (RSDL) in China.

In the first ever database on the use of Residential Surveillance at a Designated Location (RSDL), initial data shows that many victims were not from mainland China, were forced to appear in a televised confession and reported being subjected to torture.

This is a monthly round-up of all news related to Residential Surveillance at a Designated Location (RSDL) in China.

This is a monthly round-up of all news related to Residential Surveillance at a Designated Location (RSDL) in China. It includes updates on victims, legal developments and commentary on China’s legalized practice of “Enforced Disappearances.”  

Yu Wensheng in RSDL

The second kidnapping of Gui Minhai

Wu Gan appeals sentence

Editor of The People's Republic of the Disappeared, Michael Caster, explains the true horror behind China's Residential Surveillance at a Designated Location (RSDL) to The Diplomat.

As we enter 2018, Peter Dahlin, the Swedish rights activist, who was himself a victim of Residential Surveillance at a Designated Location in Beijing in early 2016, writes about his friend and rights lawyer, Wang Quanzhang. More than two and a half years after he was first kidnapped by the Chinese state, Wang still languishes in secret detention.

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