Peaceful Protests are being scheduled around the world to mark International Human Rights Day, tomorrow, December 10th.

Large scale protests are currently earmarked for Washington DC, New York, San Francisco, Toronto, Edmonton, Geneva, and The Hague in Europe, although smaller protests are expected to take place elsewhere.

In marking the day, The East Turkistan National Awakening Movement has now issued a global invite for all those interested in joining protests addressing China and the Chinese Communist Party’s atrocities against Uyghurs, in addition to the Tibetan, Hong Kong, Falun Gong, and Mongolian peoples.
The following data is in on large scale protests.
Protest in DC
United States

New York City: The East Turkistan Government in Exile, the East Turkistan National Awakening Movement, Tibetan Youth Congress, along with members of other communities will be holding a demonstration in front of the UN HQ. They will be urging the UN to recognize the Uyghur Genocide and to remove China from the UN Human Rights Council.

  • Location: UN HQ- Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza (245 E 47th St, New York, NY 10017)
  • Time: 11:00-13:00
  • Contact: Salih Hudayar +1 202 766-6293

Washington DC: The East Turkistan Government in Exile and the East Turkistan National Awakening Movement will join members of the Tibetan, and other communities to protest China. They will call on the US to recognize the Uyghur Genocide, to label the CCP as a Transnational Criminal Organization, and pass the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act. They will urge people to boycott Made in China.

San Francisco: The local Uyghur diaspora community with the direction of the East Turkistan Government in Exile will join members of the Vietnamese, Filipino, and Tibetan communities to demonstrate in China Town. They will call on the US to recognize the Uyghur Genocide, to label the CCP as a Transnational Criminal Organization, and pass the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act. They will urge people to boycott Made in China.

  • Location: Union Square (333 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94108)
  • Time: 12:00-14:00
  • Contact: Mr. Memet Weli+1 510 449-2438
Protest at the UN
Canada

Edmonton: The East Turkistan Government in Exile and the Alberta Uyghur Cultural Society will be holding a demonstration. They will be calling on the Canadian Government to recognize the Uyghur genocide and sanction, Chinese officials, for human rights atrocities under the Global Magnitsky Act.

  • Location: Alberta Legislature Building
  • Time: 14:00-16:00
  • Contact: Mr. Abdulahat Nur +1 780 708 0031

Toronto: The East Turkistan Government in Exile and local Uyghur diaspora communities along with the Tibetan Youth Congress will be holding a demonstration. They will be protesting China and calling on the Canadian Government to recognize the Uyghur genocide and sanction, Chinese officials, for human rights atrocities under the Global Magnitsky Act.

  • Toronto Old City Hall (60 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON M5H 2M3, Canada)
  • Location:Time: 12:00-14:00
  • Contact: Mr. Perman Turdush +1 (289) 439-4217​
Europe

Geneva: The East Turkistan Government in Exile, Justice for Uyghurs, and other communities will be holding a demonstration in front of the UN Office. They will be urging the UN to recognize the Uyghur Genocide and to remove China from the UN Human Rights Council.

  • Location: UN Office Geneva (Palais des Nations, 1211 Genève, Switzerland)
  • Time: 12:00-14:00
  • Contact: Nurahmet Kurban +41 762 580 549

The Hague: The East Turkistan Government in Exile and Netherlands East Turkistan/Uyghur Youth, Uyghur Women Group, and diaspora community will be holding a demonstration in front of the International Criminal Court(ICC). They will urging the ICC to investigate and prosecute Chinese officials for genocide and other crimes against humanity.

  • Location: International Criminal Court (Oude Waalsdorperweg 10, 2597 AK Den Haag, Netherlands)
  • Time: 14:00-16:00
  • Contact: Mr. Abdusalam Gheni +31 618 435 143
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