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Olympic Reporters’ Guide to Labour Camps Published

Friday, 1 August 2008, 11:00 am | CIPFG

To help foreign reporters overcome the Chinese regime’s media censorship and shed light on closely shielded rights violations, the Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (CIPFG) released today a detailed guide to detention facilities located ... More >>

Free Speech the Loser at 2008 Beijing Olympics

Friday, 15 February 2008, 9:23 am | CIPFG

CIPFG-NZ calls for the New Zealand Olympic Committee to remove the clause from its contract with New Zealand Olympic team members that requires athletes to “not make statements or demonstrations (whether verbally in writing or by any act or omission) ... More >>

Wakas To Bring Human Rights Torch Into Nelson

Wednesday, 26 December 2007, 9:47 pm | CIPFG

Bearers of the Human Rights Torch are paddling into Tahunanui in a flotilla of eight wakas, hoping to shine a light for the millions of people being persecuted and tortured in China. More >>

Global Human Rights Torch Arrives in Wellington

Wednesday, 19 December 2007, 9:43 am | CIPFG

Wellington —WEDNESDAY 19 DECEMBER. The Global Human Rights Torch Relay lit its first flame in Athens Greece on August 9 2007. It is now travelling through over 150 cities in 35 countries across Europe, Asia, North America and Australasia. More >>

Auckland Receives Human Rights Torch Today

Sunday, 16 December 2007, 12:49 am | CIPFG

Auckland City — SUNDAY 16 DECEMBER. The Global Human Rights Torch Relay lit its first flame in Athens Greece on August 9 2007. It is now travelling through over 150 cities in 35 countries across Europe, Asia, North America and Australasia. The ... More >>

Human Rights Torch Relay Lights Up New Zealand

Friday, 14 December 2007, 11:42 am | CIPFG

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Global Human Rights Torch Relay Lights Up New Zealand in December Auckland City” The Global Human Rights Torch Relay (GHRTR), lit its first flame in Athens Greece on August 9 2007. It is now traveling through over 150 cities in ... More >>

Olympic Boycott Pressure Reaches New Zealand

Friday, 7 December 2007, 10:40 am | CIPFG

Flying in from its Australian tour, the Human Rights Torch will travel from Auckland to Bluff in a three week nationwide tour, carrying the message: “Olympics and crimes against humanity CANNOT coexist in China.” More >>

Falun Gong adherents barred from 2008 Olympics

Thursday, 22 November 2007, 10:53 am | CIPFG

(Vancouver Island, Canada) On November 8, 2007, Li Zhanjun, News Director of the Beijing Olympics media centre, responded to Western criticism of religious restrictions made by Beijing, saying that the Chinese communist regime would allow athletes and ... More >>

Chinese Police Seize Rights Attorney For Letter

Tuesday, 25 September 2007, 3:12 pm | CIPFG

Renowned Chinese rights lawyer Mr. Gao Zhisheng was taken from his home by police on Sept. 22; his present whereabouts are unknown. It is believed that Mr. Gao’s arrest is related to the 16-page letter he sent to the U.S. Congress. More >>

Global Human Rights Torch Relay About To Kick Off

Wednesday, 8 August 2007, 9:18 am | CIPFG

In Athens, Greece, at 8:30pm on 9 August 2007 the Global Human Rights Torch Relay, initiated by the Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (CIPFG) and supporters, will light its first flame in a solemn ceremony. More >>

Olympics and Genocide cannot co-exist in China

Sunday, 24 June 2007, 11:46 am | CIPFG

¨Beijing must respond to the request for an independent investigation into the practice of organ harvesting of living Falun Gong practitioners in China by 8 August 2007, or our coalition will commence a Global Human Rights Torch Relay campaign and invite ... More >>

Foreign Politicians To Visit NZ For Falun Gong

Tuesday, 22 August 2006, 9:03 am | CIPFG

Media Release: Distinguished foreign politicians to visit New Zealand 24-25 August 2006: Edward McMillan-Scott, Vice-President of the European Parliament and David Kilgour, Former Canadian Secretary of State (Asia Pacific) More >>

 
 
 
 
 

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