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So much has happened in the past few weeks that an update to our coverage of China, Unwelcoming Nation, is well overdue. This time it's the US, Taiwan and Australia that have been in the spotlight with everything from threats to teenaged girls to a revival of the televised forced confession.

Despite international condemnation for broadcasting forced confessions, China aired yet another one Sunday night.

Safeguard Defenders' founder and director Peter Dahlin describes what disappeared Australian journalist Cheng Lei is likely facing in her RSDL prison in China and how the latest data shows that the system is expanding at a terrifying rate.

Image of Australian journalist Cheng Lei from her Facebook pageThe latest victim of China's hostage diplomacy, in a very long line of victims, is Australian citizen Cheng Lei. She has been working for China's Party-state TV station CGTN for eight years and is a high-profile anchor of their Global Business show.

保护卫士组织今日发布的指南,包括一系列调查小工具,势必引起专业人权工作者,地方公民社会组织,香港新闻工作者以及越来越多遭遇警察暴行和腐败受害者的关注。

保护卫士组织今日发布的指南,包括一系列调查小工具,势必引起专业人权工作者,地方公民社会组织,来自国内外记者以及参与评估马格尼茨基和其他类似制裁机制的政府官员的兴趣和关注。

今日,保护卫士联合多家非政府组织,就中国使用强迫电视认罪,以及先于此做法的许多其他人权侵犯行为——包括严重酷刑、强迫失踪、威胁受害者家人以及剥夺公平审判的权利等,向九个联合国机构提交全面审查报告。不久前,媒体监管机构Ofcom对中国官媒中国环球电视网(CGTN)因在英国广播强迫电视认罪而定罪,与此同时该电视台在英国、加拿大和美国面临的几起违法广播投诉尚待决定。

Safeguard Defenders, along with a group of non-governmental organizations, has submitted a comprehensive review of China's use of forced televised confessions before trial to nine United Nations Special Procedures, calling for a full review of how this practice violates key international rights and laws.

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