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Uyghurs in the Contemporary International Society: From Awareness to Action

For decades, the Uyghur people, a Turkic-speaking Muslim minority in China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Region, have been persecuted by the Chinese authorities. But since 2014, the repression has turned into a policy of genocide and mass detention. In the camps, Uyghurs are subjected to a Chinese cultural assimilation policy, women are forcibly sterilised and children are placed in Han families, the predominant Chinese ethnic group, with the aim of eliminating all forms of ethnic and religious diversity in the region.

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