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

China has said it will take action to stop enforced disappearances and torture yet both are still endemic largely because of the 2013 introdu

In this ground-breaking report released today, 10 April 2018, Safeguard Defenders exposes the lies and the abuse behind China’s illegal practice of coercing detainees to  confess on television and calls on governments to take steps to pressu

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.

The most chilling aspect of Residential Surveillance at a Designated Location (RSDL) is the fact that it’s allowed under the law, according to Chinese independent journalist and writer Zhao Sile (

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

Kou Yanding, born in 1965, is a freelance writer, independent documentary filmmaker, and a frontline NGO activist. In 1996, Kou Yanding was fired from her job at a state-owned company after she reported the director for forging invoices. After this, she started working with and running  many different NGOs.

  Gui Minhai second kidnapping Gui Minhai – the Swedish man now held in secret detention for the second time in China -- is usually referred to as a bookseller or a publisher. But Gui is also a father and a friend; a poet and a writer; and a scholar and a businessman.

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