Human rights in China: activists say sensationalist reports on Xinjiang do more harm than good

//Human rights in China: activists say sensationalist reports on Xinjiang do more harm than good

Human rights in China: activists say sensationalist reports on Xinjiang do more harm than good

Since starting the Xinjiang Victims Database in 2018, Gene Bunin has seen the world’s media turn its attention to allegations that China is violating the rights of ethnic groups in the Xinjiang region.But while Bunin, a Russian-US human rights activist, says the attention is welcome, he says it is not helpful when information shared by the media is inaccurate.The Xinjiang Victims Database has as many as 14,500 cases showing examples of Uygurs who have been detained and whose whereabouts are…

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