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Jul 18, 2017

Southern Mongolia: Herder Released After 25 Months in Prison

  Below is an article published by the SMHRIC The following is an English translation of a short address made by Mr. Nairalt Borjigin, an ordinary Mongolian herder from Bayan-undur Sum of eastern Southern Mongolia’s Ar-Horchin Banner. He gave the address before a crowd of local Mongolian herders who came to cheer for his release from Chinese prison. Serving 25 months in prison for defending...

Jul 18, 2017

Southern Mongolia: Herder Released After 25 Months...

Photo Courtesy of SMHRIC On 15 July 2017, Mongolian herder Nairalt Borjigin has been released after more than two years-imprisonment for having stood up for herders’ rights. Following his release,...

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Jun 28, 2017

UNPO’s XIII General Assembly Adopts Resolution...

The UNPO General Assembly, Reaffirming the Southern Mongolians’ right to self-determination, and right to control, own and manage their ancestral lands and territories and other natural resources; Recalling China’s...

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Jun 27, 2017

Chinese Authorities Grant Liu Xiaobo Long-Delayed...

  The article below was published by The New York Times:   Liu Xiaobo, the jailed Chinese dissident who received the Nobel Peace Prize for his writings promoting democracy, has been given...

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Jun 23, 2017

DROI Chair Urges EU to Review Human Rights Dialogue...

  The article below was published on the European Parliament website:   EU-China Human Rights Dialogue should be strengthened and sharpened, says DROI Chair, Pier Antonio Panzeri (S&D,...

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Jun 06, 2017

Southern Mongolia: Quiet Resurgence of Mongol...

  The article below was published by The Economist:   Bayin was three when he moved from the eastern grasslands of Inner Mongolia to Chifeng, a city of some 1m people. Like hundreds of thousands...

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Apr 18, 2017

Southern Mongolia: Over a Dozen Protesting Herders...

Below is a press release by the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center: On April 13, 2017, 13 Mongolian herders from Seegen Gachaa of Uul Township in eastern Southern (Inner) Mongolia’s...

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Apr 12, 2017

Southern Mongolia: Peaceful Protestors Met With...

  Below is a press release by the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center (SMHRIC): 3,000 Mongolians take to the streets, 30 arrested, protest continues        ...

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Apr 05, 2017

Southern Mongolia: Imprisoned Herders Continue...

  Below is an article published by the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center  Maintaining innocence after being sentenced to jail terms ranging from one year to two years, six...

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Mar 23, 2017

Southern Mongolia: Herders Protest Lack of Subsidies...

  Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Hundreds of ethnic Mongolian herders in Inner Mongolia's Heshigten banner have protested repeatedly in recent days over the non-payment of subsidies...

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Feb 10, 2017

Southern Mongolia: Herder Community Activist to...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Chinese authorities in the northern region of Inner Mongolia have formally arrested an ethnic Mongolian activist who posted social media comments in...

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Jan 10, 2017

Southern Mongolia: Four Herdsmen Arrested for...

  Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Police in Chinese-ruled Inner Mongolia arrested four herdsmen on Monday for their role in an organized online petition by 500 herdsmen over promised...

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Jan 06, 2017

Southern Mongolia: Stunning Picture Series Uncovers...

Below is an article published by the Daily Mail: Stunning photographs taken from inside an illegal steel factory in rural China gives a rare glimpse into the brutal working conditions that Mongolian labourers...

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Dec 14, 2016

Tibet, Southern Mongolia, East Turkestan: Exiled...

  Below is a statement published by the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Center: In 2016, for those under China’s rule, freedoms have continued on a steep downward spiral. 2016 has been a year...

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Dec 02, 2016

Southern Mongolia: Newly Imposed Surcharges Place...

  Below is an article published by the  Financial Times: A remote Chinese border town in the Gobi desert has slapped transport surcharges on copper shipments from Rio Tinto’s Mongolian Oyu...

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Nov 29, 2016

UNPO Side-event to UN Minority Forum Highlights...

  In his opening remarks, Marino Busdachin, General Secretary of UNPO, shed a light on the fact that since the independence of East Timor, the UN has failed to advance the fulfilment of the right...

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Nov 22, 2016

Southern Mongolia: Self-Determination Activist...

Below is Mr Hada's appeal released by Southern Mongolia Watch on 21 November 2016. The original [in Chinese] can be found here. The following is Mr. Hada's appeal to the Supreme People's Court of the...

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Oct 26, 2016

Southern Mongolia: Under Round-the-clock Monitoring,...

  The article below was published by Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Centre:   On October 25, 2016, at 6:40 AM local time, Ms. Huuchinhuu Govruud, human rights defender, dissident...

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Oct 24, 2016

Southern Mongolia: Community Herders Protest Pig...

The article below is courtesy of Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Centre Following a three-day protest, on October 21, 2016, more than 100 Mongolian herders from Sandag Gachaa (a Gachaa consists...

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Apr 22, 2016

Dolkun Isa Granted Visa to Join Pro-Democracy...

  Below is an article published by the Indian Defence News:  New Delhi not only gave its go-ahead to the organisers to hold the conference in India, but also granted visas to Chinese dissidents,...

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Apr 20, 2016

UNPO Recognises Dr Jianli Yang’s Efforts for...

For the past quarter of a century, Mr Yang has seen as his mission to facilitate a peaceful transition of the PRC to the respect of human rights, genuine rule of law, and democratic governance for all....

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Apr 14, 2016

Southern Mongolia: Police Crack Down on Herders...

  Below is an article published by the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center:   More than 300 Mongolian herders from Ar-Hundelen Som of eastern Southern (Inner) Mongolia’s...

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Mar 24, 2016

Southern Mongolia: Crackdown on Herders Continues...

  Below is an article published by the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center (SMHRIC)   Following the recent arrest and detention of six Mongolian herders from western Southern...

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Mar 21, 2016

Southern Mongolia: Herders Detained Following...

Below is an article published by: SMHRIC   Six Mongolian herders, including Ganbaatar, Otgonbaatar, Munkhbaatar, Erdenbaatar, Tuvshin, and Amarmend from Sain-Undur Gachaa, Bayanhuaa Township of...

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Feb 24, 2016

Southern Mongolia: Herders Protest Against Illegal...

Photo courtesy: SMHRIC   Below is an article from: Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center   On February 23, 2016, Mongolian herders from western Southern (Inner) Mongolia’s...

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Jan 27, 2016

Southern Mongolia: Herders Wrongly Accused of...

Below is an article by SMHRIC   On January 25, 2016, a dozen Mongolian herders from western Southern (Inner) Mongolia’s Darhan-Muumingan Banner (“da mao qi” in Chinese) were taken...

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Jan 11, 2016

Southern Mongolia: Chinese Authorities Demolish...

Below is an article published by Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center (SMHRIC): As the temperature drops to below 15 Celsius, Chinese authorities in western Southern (Inner) Mongolia’s...

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Dec 18, 2015

Southern Mongolia: Herders Take the Streets to...

Riding horses and camels, herder took to the streets in Southern Mongolia On December 17, 2015, riding horses and camels, nearly 100 Mongolian herders from western Southern (Inner) Mongolia’s Eznee...

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Dec 14, 2015

Southern Mongolia: Mr Hada on Hunger Strike for...

  Below is an article published by Southern Mongolia Human Rights Information Center (SMHRIC): The following is an English translation of a statement for the Human Rights Day 2015 by Mr. Hada...

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Dec 10, 2015

Southern Mongolia: Warning against Effects of...

  Below is an article published by Southern Mongolia Human Rights Information Center (SMHRIC): The civil and political human rights abuses perpetrated by China on its citizens and on the people...

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Nov 30, 2015

Southern Mongolia: Herders’ Leader Detained...

Below is an article published by Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center (SMHRIC)  As herders from Urad Middle Banner (“wu la te zhong qi” in Chinese) of Southern (Inner) Mongolia...

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Nov 05, 2015

Southern Mongolia: Livestock Reduction Due to...

  Below is an article published by Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center (SMHRIC): Since October 23, 2015, at least 2,448 heads of livestock have been injected with an overdose of anthrax...

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Oct 23, 2015

Southern Mongolia: Imprisonment of Activist Continues...

  Below is an article published by Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center (SMHRIC):  Mr. Hada, a Southern (Inner) Mongolian political prisoner who completed 19 years of imprisonment...

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Oct 19, 2015

Southern Mongolia: Repression and Harassment of...

  Below is an article published by Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center (SMHRIC): On October 15, 2015, Mr. Uiles, son of the Mongolian dissident Mr. Hada, who had been imprisoned...

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Sep 11, 2015

Southern Mongolia: Chinese Authorities Detain...

Authorities in China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (IMAR) have clashed with hundreds of ethnic Mongolian herders and detained around 20 who petitioned the local government in recent days for...

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Jul 24, 2015

Southern Mongolia: Activists Urge International...

Below is an article published by IBTimes As the deadline to select the host city for the 2022 Winter Olympics nears, a group of Chinese, Uyghur, Mongolian and Tibetan activists have penned a letter urging...

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Jun 15, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Seventeen People Detained For...

  Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Chinese authorities in the troubled region of Inner Mongolia have detained at least 17 people following separate protests by ethnic Mongolian...

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Jun 12, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Protestors Arrested After Being...

  Chinese authorities in the troubled region of Inner Mongolia have detained at least 17 people following separate protests by ethnic Mongolian herding communities over the loss of their traditional grazing...

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May 13, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Celebration of Spring Rituals...

  Below is an article published by Yibada: A grand spring memorial ceremony was celebrated on Saturday, May 9, at a shrine dedicated to renowned 13th-century conqueror Genghis Khan.  Thousands...

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May 11, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Toxic Wastewater and Reduced Groundwater...

A project operated by China's largest coal miner, Shenhua Group, has reduced groundwater levels in a region of Inner Mongolia and discharged high levels of toxic wastewater, environmental campaign group...

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May 08, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Ordos to Host National Traditional...

Below is an article published by Ecns.cn:   The 10th National Traditional Games of Ethnic Minorities will be held in Ordos, North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, from August 9 to 17. Held...

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Apr 13, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Mining of Rare Earth Elements...

Below is an article published by the Digital Journal:   There is a man-made lake in the western part of Inner Mongolia that is probably the most toxic, dangerous place in the world. Yet it is a...

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Apr 07, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Protests over Pollution Suffocated...

  Below is an article published by The Washington Post: Riot police have crushed a three-week-long protest against toxic waste from a chemical refinery complex in China’s Inner Mongolia region,...

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Mar 25, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Industrially Produced Chemical...

  Below are articles published by Want China Times and China Daily USA: With environmental awareness on the rise in China, tackling pollution has become a necessary task for many local factories....

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Mar 05, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Activist Invokes UN over Persecution...

Photo courtesy of United Nations Photo@flickr Below is an article published by India Gazette: Ethnic Mongolian dissident Hada issued an open letter on Tuesday [3 March 2015] to the United Nations Human...

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Feb 10, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Eight Activists Arrested for Protesting...

  Below is an article published by the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center (SMHRIC):   On February 6, 2015, 8 Mongolian citizens including the prominent Mongolian activist Mr....

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Feb 09, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Man Convicted for 1996 Murder...

Below is an article published by The New York Times: For a decade, Zhao Zhihong insisted that he had raped and killed a woman in 1996, and that the man who had been executed for the crimes was innocent. On...

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Jan 27, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Herder Commits Suicide over Land...

You can read more about the herders’ protest in Beijing here and here. Below is an article published by Reuters The suicide adds to evidence that tensions are deepening in Inner Mongolia, where...

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Jan 26, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Authorities Freeze Bank Account...

  Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia:   Authorities in Inner Mongolia have frozen the bank account of ethnic Mongolian dissident Hada and are refusing to issue him with an ID...

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Jan 21, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Ongoing Protests of Herders Demanding...

  Below is a report published by the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center (SMHRIC):   On January 20, 2015, as more than 70 Mongolian herders from western Southern (Inner)...

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Jan 15, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Herders March to Beijing to End...

  Below is an article published by Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center:   From 11 to 13 January 2015, more than 50 herders from western Southern (Inner) Mongolia’s Durbed...

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Jan 14, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Petition over a Lang Grab Not...

Below are articles by Radio Free Asia and the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center (SMHRIC): Photo courtesy of Xianyi Shen@flickr Dozens of herders from China's Inner Mongolia region...

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Jan 07, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Prominent Writer Publishes Letter...

  Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia:   A Mongolian writer on Tuesday, 6 January 2015, called on the Chinese government to end her house arrest and remove restrictions on her...

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Jan 07, 2015

Inner Mongolia: Prominent Writer Publishes Letter...

  Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia:   A Mongolian writer on Tuesday, 6 January 2015, called on the Chinese government to end her house arrest and remove restrictions on her...

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Dec 19, 2014

Inner Mongolia: Chinese Authorities Increasingly...

  Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia:   Veteran ethnic Mongolian dissident Hada, who is being held under "residential surveillance" even after his release from extrajudicial...

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Dec 12, 2014

Inner Mongolia: Residential Surveillance Extends...

  Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Chinese authorities in Inner Mongolia are continuing to hold veteran dissident Hada under "residential surveillance," even after his release from...

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Dec 09, 2014

Inner Mongolia: Political Prisoner Released after...

Below is an article published by The Virginia Gazette; China has freed one of its longest-serving political prisoners, the ethnic Mongol dissident Hada, who has spent much of the last two decades behind...

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Nov 24, 2014

Inner Mongolia: Mongolian Herder Run Over by Chinese...

A young ethnic Mongolian herder on horseback died after being run over by a Chinese mining truck in northern China’s Inner Mongolia region this month in the fifth such case in more than three years,...

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Oct 27, 2014

Inner Mongolia: Hundreds of Herding Families Forced...

Below is an article published by UCA News:   Hundreds of ethnic Mongolian herding families in China's Inner Mongolia region are calling on the international community for help following their forced...

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Oct 17, 2014

Inner Mongolia: Herders Protest Against China’s...

  Below is an article published by RFA: Authorities have agreed to grant rare economic concessions to ethnic Mongolian herders after hundreds of protesters took to the streets in northern China’s...

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Sep 24, 2014

Inner Mongolia: Unlawful Treatment of Dissident...

  Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia:   The wife of jailed veteran ethnic Inner Mongolian dissident Hada says Chinese authorities have stepped up their “persecution”...

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Jul 24, 2014

Inner Mongolia: Women Association To Generate...

Below is an article published by Womenofchina: The Inner Mongolia Women's Handicraft Association was recently founded in Tongliao, in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Around the same time,...

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May 07, 2014

UNPO Members Deliver Statements at CESCR on China...

On the occasion of the 52nd session of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR), representatives of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) and of the World Uyghur...

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Apr 18, 2014

Inner Mongolia: Chinese Authorities Arrest Seven...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia:   Chinese authorities in the northern region of Inner Mongolia are holding seven ethnic Mongolian herders after clashes with a mining company they...

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Apr 11, 2014

Inner Mongolia: New Promises Of Chinese Environmental...

Below is an article published by Coal Guru: The Shenhua Group is to stop extracting groundwater for their flagship coal to liquid project in Inner Mongolia’s Ordos an area struggling with severe...

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Apr 07, 2014

Inner Mongolia: Herders Beaten And Detained By...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Chinese authorities in the troubled northern region of Inner Mongolia are holding nearly 40 people following clashes between police and protesting herding...

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Mar 26, 2014

Tibet: Chinese Man Banned From UN Human Rights...

Below is an article published by Sinosphere: The United Nations has barred a Chinese man from attending a Human Rights Council session in Geneva after he photographed at close range a woman...

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Mar 17, 2014

Inner Mongolia: Women’s Organisation Delivers...

Below is an article published by Women of China: Ten staff members, from the Women's Federation in northern China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, and the People's Bank of China Hohhot Central Branch,...

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Mar 11, 2014

Inner Mongolia: First Women’s Rights Protection...

Below is an article published by All-China Women’s Organisation: A press conference publicizing the founding of the Inner Mongolia Women's Rights Protection and Psychological Consultation Center,...

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Jan 16, 2014

Inner Mongolia: Five Herders Detained Amidst Grassland...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Authorities in the Chinese region of Inner Mongolia have detained five ethnic Mongolian herders who protested the takeover of their grazing lands...

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Jan 07, 2014

Inner Mongolia: Herders Sentenced In Land Grab...

Below is an article published by Voice of America:  Six herders in China who tried to defend grazing land from expropriation by a forestry firm have been sentenced in the resource-rich Inner Mongolia...

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Dec 19, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Successful Completion Of Electricity...

Below is an article published by People’s Daily Online: North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region announced on Wednesday [18 December 2013] completion of a milestone project to provide electricity...

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Dec 18, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Land Desertification Makes Vast...

Below is an article published by the GlobalPost: Over the last three years [2011-2013], San Qinghai has had to dig four new wells, each one deeper than the last. The village's old stone wells used to...

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Dec 17, 2013

East Turkestan: Extra-judicial Practices Undermine...

Below is an article published by Aljazeera: China's announcement that it would abolish its infamous practice of "re-education through labour" last month raised hopes for a major step forward for human...

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Dec 16, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Young Recruits Tortured by the...

Below is an article published by the Phayul: A video (graphic content - viewer discretion advised) showing senior PAP firefighters of China beating five young recruits in the city of Wuhai in Inner...

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Dec 12, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Herders Petitioning For Land Rights...

Below is an article by Radio Free Asia: Chinese authorities have expelled a group of Inner Mongolian herders from Beijing after they persistently petitioned officials over the loss of their grazing land...

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Nov 18, 2013

Tibet: HRW Urges China to End Re-education Through...

Below is an article published by Human Rights Watch: The Chinese government should follow news that it will abolish the abusive Re-education Through Labor  system by announcing...

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Nov 05, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Chinese Coal Giant Plunders Water...

Below is a blog post from Greenpeace: We’ve had a fantastic, hot summer this year, cooling down with a drink of water whenever needed. So when I look at Bo Qiu’s photo feature of water shortages...

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Oct 10, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Chinese ‘Anti-Terror’ Campaign...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Amid growing tensions in China's Inner Mongolia over what herders say is the government-backed exploitation of their traditional grazing lands, police...

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Sep 06, 2013

Inner Mongolia: China Launches 'Strike...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Authorities in Inner Mongolia have detained 52 people in connection with online posts in recent weeks, amid growing ethnic tension in the region and...

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Sep 04, 2013

Inner Mongolia : Jailed Indigenous Activist In...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Yunshaabiin Seevendoo, who was detained for a month before being formally arrested on July 4 [2013] for the “crime of fraud,” is being held...

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Aug 13, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Locals Punished For Complaints...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Chinese authorities have “punished” more than a dozen ethnically Mongolian netizens for “spreading rumors” about the resettlement...

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Aug 08, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Traditional Attire Reintroduced...

    Below is an article published by China Daily:   Renewed interest in traditional Mongolian dress has promoted designers to find ways to adapt it to modern wearers, Wang Kaihao and...

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Aug 01, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Environmental Damage Caused By...

Below is an article published by The Guardian:   A project operated by China's largest coal miner, Shenhua Group, has reduced groundwater levels in an Inner Mongolia region and discharged high levels...

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Jul 05, 2013

Inner Mongolia: 28 Women Attend The Women’s...

Below is an article published by All China women’s federation: Twenty-eight women from a wide range of backgrounds will represent north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region at the Chinese...

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Jun 26, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Asylum Seekers Shunned By Mongolian...

Below is an article published by Asian Correspondent:     President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj has been described as the “Ambassador for Mongolia” by local journalists for his ability...

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Jun 21, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Coalfields Attract Energy Com...

Below is an article published by Vanguard:  Carbon Energy has identified three areas within the Haoqin Coalfield in Inner Mongolia that are potentially suitable for its keyseam underground coal gasification...

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Jun 11, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Memorandum Of Understanding Signed...

Below is an article published by ForImmediateRelease.com: The Seychelles Ministry of Tourism and Culture and Inner Mongolia, an autonomous region of the People’s Republic of China, signed a Memorandum...

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May 22, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Herders Attacked In Land Disp...

Below is a story from Radio Free Asia:     Chinese authorities in Inner Mongolia are investigating fresh clashes between ethnic minority Mongolian herders and Han Chinese settlers over land,...

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May 17, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Soil Enhancement Test To Be C...

Below is an article published by BioBasedDigest In Canada, Maple Leaf Green World  has signed a 5-year waste land reclamation contract with Ordos Lin Ze Bio-Tech Company of Inner Mongolia, China....

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May 07, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Herders Beaten For Refusing To...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: More than 100 Chinese farmers assaulted minority Mongolian herders when they tried to reclaim their leased land in northern China’s Inner Mongolia...

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Apr 30, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Buddhist Leader Dies

Below is an article published by Cri English: Jia Lasen, vice head of the Buddhist Association of China and a top Buddhist leader in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, died at the age of...

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Apr 16, 2013

Inner Mongolia: A Rainbow Of Friendship Initiated...

Below is an article published by peopledaily: A project aimed at bringing the young people of China and Mongolia together was launched in Ulan Bator on Friday. Named "Colongo", meaning "rainbow" in Mongolian,...

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Apr 12, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Chinese Authorities Break Up Peaceful...

Below is an article from Intercontinental Cry:     Authorities in northern China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region earlier this month blocked an attempted cross-country march by traditional...

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Mar 19, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Activities Launched To Help Rural...

Below is an article published by All-China Women’s Federation: In conjunction with International Women's Day on March 8, 2013, the Women's Federation of the Alxa League in northern China's Inner...

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Mar 13, 2013

Tibet: Conference On China’s New Leadership

Below is an article published by Phayul: A senior Tibetan leader today called for a common ground where people from East Turkestan, Tibet, and Southern Mongolia could cooperate and learn from each other’s...

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Mar 12, 2013

International WUC Conference Focuses On Impact...

The World Uyghur Congress (WUC) – in collaboration with the UNPO, Society for Threatened People and the National Endowment for Democracy – held a major international conference from 11 –...

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Mar 08, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Health Concerns For Jailed Intellectual...

Below is an article published by Globalpost: One of China’s longest-imprisoned dissidents is mentally and physically breaking down. That’s the report from family members of Hada, 57, an ethnic...

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Feb 05, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Calls For Grassland Protectio...

Below is an article published by China.org: Political advisers called for the protection of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region's grassland, the nation's largest green belt, which is threatened by desertification. Relying...

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Jan 25, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Illegally Detained Cultural Rights...

Below is an article published by Human Rights In China:   In a phone conversation with Human Rights in China (HRIC), Uiles the son of Mongolian dissident Hada, who has been under more than two years...

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Jan 24, 2013

Religious Persecution By China: A Horror Stor...

Please find below UNPO's press release on the hearing:   Landmark Hearing Urges the European Union to Act Upon Religious Persecution By China   European Parliament Hearing brings evidence...

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Jan 16, 2013

Inner Mongolia: Proposal To Promote Use Of Ethnic...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia:   Authorities in northern China’s Inner Mongolia region are considering adopting new rules to boost the use of the Mongolian language, following...

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Dec 28, 2012

China’s New Leadership: Challenges For Human...

Below is a Press Release from the World Uyghur Congress:   The World Uyghur Congress is pleased to announce that it will be holding a conference in collaboration with the Society for Threatened...

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Dec 18, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Public Discrimination Reflected...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia:     The following is an open letter circulated on the Internet by a young ethnic Mongolian woman named Gowaa, which addresses her personal...

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Nov 29, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Human Rights Activists Subject...

Below is an article published in Deutsche Welle: Hada, a high-profile dissident from Inner Mongolia, has been detained by authorities for nearly two years after having spent 15 years in prison. His wife...

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Nov 21, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Large GDP Growth After New Mining...

Below is an article published by Radio Australia:   Australian mining giant Rio Tinto is preparing to open one of the world's biggest copper mines in southern Mongolia, and before it has even started...

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Nov 21, 2012

Taiwan: New Chinese Government Intends To Retain...

Below is an article published by Focus Taiwan: Beijing will maintain a consistent policy toward Taiwan and continue to promote and deepen cross-Taiwan Strait economic cooperation despite its recent power...

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Nov 08, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Detainee’s Relatives Disappear...

Below is an article published on Radio Free Asia: Inner Mongolian political prisoner Hada's relatives are incommunicado after speaking out about rights violations. The activist wife and son of a long-imprisoned...

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Nov 07, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Korean Air Sponsors Annual Forestation...

The article below was published by China Daily:   More than 65 employees from the South Korean flagship carrier Korean Air headed for the Kubuqi desert in China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region...

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Nov 07, 2012

Chinese Leadership Change Unlikely To Improve...

With all eyes on the build-up to last night’s United States presidential elections, China’s once-in-a-decade leadership transition has found itself comparatively sidelined in the international...

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Oct 24, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Free Hada Now!

Below is an article published by Human Rights In China:   In December 2010, when he was released after completing a 15-year prison sentence on conviction of espionage (间谍罪)...

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Oct 15, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Continuous Mistreatment Of Hada...

Below is an article published by Ventura County Star:   The wife of a long-imprisoned ethnic Mongolian activist in China said Monday that she has spent nearly two years in detention and house arrest...

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Oct 10, 2012

Inner Mongolia: ‘We Strongly Demand The Return...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia:   Ethnic Mongolians say Chinese officials illegally leased their grazing land to a number of large corporations. Mongolian herders from China's...

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Sep 12, 2012

UNPO President Ngawang Choephel Speaks Out Against...

On 11th of September 2012 the third Meeting of the Human Rights Council’s 21st Regular Session was held in the Palais des Nations, Geneva. UNPO President Ngawang Choephel attended the session and...

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Aug 27, 2012

Merkel Asked To Raise Issue Of Press Freedom On...

Below is an article published by the Hindustan Times:   On Sunday, German journalists based in China wrote to Merkel, asking her to raise the issue of deteriorating conditions for reporters here...

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Aug 17, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Mine Expansion Threatens Envi...

Below is an article published by Greener Ideal: A new report suggests that China’s plan to quickly expand large coal mines and power plants threatens to drain precious water supply and could trigger...

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Jul 18, 2012

UNPO Urges Ban Ki-moon to Speak Up for the Rights...

18 July, The Hague – Upon learning that UN Secretary-General will be on a visit to the People's Republic of China this week, the UNPO Presidency is urging Mr. Ban Ki-moon to raise concern on the...

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Jul 17, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Dire Social And Economic Effects...

Below is an article published by China Digital Times: As the 2012 leadership transition looms, The Economist profiles a man tipped to come out ahead in 2022: Hu Chunhua, whose current position...

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Jul 16, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Protest Against The Resettlement...

Below is an article published by World War 4 Report: Newly announced plans by China's central government for the "resettlement" of the last remaining nomads over the next five years have sparked protests...

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Jul 11, 2012

Commemorating Urumqi massacre and celebrating...

On Thursday 5 July the East Turkestan Uyghur Association in the Netherlands organized a demonstration in The Hague to commemorate the July 2009 Urumqi massacre, in which hundreds of Uyghurs were killed...

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Jul 06, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Village Fights Back against Desertification...

Below is an article published by Inter Press Service News Agency: As scientists increasingly label desertification as one of the most burning challenges facing the world today, a small village in China’s...

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Jun 07, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Nomadic Lifestyle under Threa...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: A U.S.-based rights group has hit out at plans by the Chinese government to force three ethnic minority groups to abandon the last traces of their nomadic...

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Jun 05, 2012

Inner Mongolia: China Intends A New Tax To Regulate...

Below is an article published by Mine Web: China is looking to allocate a value-added tax (VAT) permit to rare earth companies in a bid to regulate overproduction of the mineral and to collect revenue....

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Jun 01, 2012

Inner Mongolia: From Austria to Slovakia

Below is an article published by Xinhua: http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/china/2012-05/31/c_131623795.htm People in Vienna were treated to a unique cultural showcase by the renowned Wulanmuqi ensemble...

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May 31, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Traditional Way of Life Showc...

Below is an article from Macau Daily Times: The “intangible heritage of Inner Mongolia” will be at the center of attention at the celebration of the 7th annual China Cultural Heritage Day...

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May 24, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Beijing Restricts Religious Pluralism...

Below is an article published by Catholic Culture: Chinese authorities have stepped up their persecution of the Church in Inner Mongolia, the Chinese region that borders the independent nation of Mongolia. Local...

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May 03, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Mines Remain Hazardous

Below is an article published by the Asia Times: China is notorious for containing some of the world's deadliest mines - a reputation that has been corroborated in recent months by a series of fatal accidents....

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Apr 20, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Need to Preserve Culture

Below is an article published by CNN: The Mongols once dominated China, just part of their vast empire stretching from Moscow to Guangzhou. Eventually, the Chinese chased out their conquerors and claimed...

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Apr 06, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Land Rights Actively Disregarded...

Below is an article published by China Media: Ethnic Mongolians protested the arrest of 22 people following clashes with police over land rights in northern China’s Inner Mongolia region, reports...

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Apr 03, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Chinese Officials Detain 22 After...

Below is an article published by Reuters: Chinese police detained 22 ethnic Mongolians after hundreds of them protested against the seizure of land in Inner Mongolia, an overseas rights group said on...

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Mar 19, 2012

UNPO Highlights Successes and Failures in Implementation...

The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a process established by the United Nations Human Rights Council wherein states, UN agencies, and civil society can come together and comment on a wide range of human...

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Mar 07, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Activist Remains Illegally Detained...

Below is an article published by Southern Mongolia Human Rights Information Center: Southern (Inner) Mongolian prominent political prisoner Mr. Hada is suffering from poor health and maltreatment in a...

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Feb 16, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Drought Affects Millions

Below is an article published by Prensa Latina: Over three million people face a drinking water shortage, mainly in the southwestern Chinese province of Yunnan and the autonomous region of Inner Mongolia,...

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Feb 02, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Priests Arrested Without Expl...

Below is an article published by UCA News:  Five “underground” priests from Suiyuan diocese in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region were “taken away” by police yesterday [30...

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Jan 05, 2012

Inner Mongolia: Press Alliance a Blow to Transparency...

Below is an article published by South China Morning Post: The Hubei provincial party committee, led by a controversial official who once seized a reporter's recorder during an interview, has ordered...

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Dec 14, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Nonagenarian Reindeer Herder Preserves...

Below is an article published by the Los Angeles Times: Maliya Suo is more than 90 years old, but she can still skin a squirrel. In her prime, she could shoot a pheasant in flight. She was once the greatest...

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Dec 14, 2011

DROI Hearing on Human Rights in China

  Barbara Lochbihler MEP, chair of the Subcommittee on Human Rights opened the session by reporting that since the last meetings in December 2010 and July 2011 the human rights situation has deteriorated...

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Dec 13, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Activist Still In Jail Despite...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: In China’s northern region of Inner Mongolia, Chinese authorities continue to hold ethnic Mongolian dissident Hada beyond his scheduled release...

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Dec 13, 2011

East Turkestan, Inner Mongolia And Tibet: Draft...

Below is an article published by The Wall Street Journal: Before the end of this month, the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress will review the second draft of a proposal for comprehensive...

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Nov 18, 2011

UNPO And Members Lobby Dutch Government On Relationship...

         On November 16 2011, the Foreign Affairs Committee of Dutch Parliament held a general meeting concerning China and Dutch-Chinese relations. As part of its Dutch lobbying...

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Nov 01, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Trial Reveals Lengthy Corrupt...

  Below is an article published by the People’s Daily Online:   A former senior Communist Party of China (CPC) official in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region went on trial...

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Oct 28, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Internet Sites Shut After Human...

Below is an article by Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center: As the Chinese authorities intensify their surveillance over the Internet in Southern (Inner) Mongolia following the death of...

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Oct 25, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Rising Protest After Truck Kills...

Below is an article published by Reuters A herder in northern China's Inner Mongolia who had been protesting destruction of traditional grazing land has died after being hit by an oil transport truck,...

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Sep 30, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Mongolian Rights Activist Is Believed...

Below is an article by Radio Free Asia: An ethnic Mongolian dissident writer has been subjected to repeated harassment and beatings by authorities while in detention in northern China, according to new...

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Sep 06, 2011

Rights Activists’ Voices Grow in Tandem with...

Below is an article published by The New York Times: Last Jan. 27 [2010], an Inner Mongolian rights activist, Govruud Huuchinhuu, suddenly vanished after leaving a hospital where she had undergone treatment...

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Sep 02, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Nomadic Peoples’ Lifestyle Threatened...

Below is an article by Channel News Asia: Like many nomads in Inner Mongolia, Bu He and his family no longer live in mobile yurts. They have resettled into brick and mortar homes. Bu He, a herder, said:...

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Aug 25, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Police Enact Cash-for-Release...

Below is an article published by Asia News: Arrests, forced detentions, threats and extortion: these are the ‘weapons’ with which the Chinese government is carrying out religious persecution...

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Aug 03, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Protests After Promise to Former...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Nearly 400 ethnic Mongolian former students in China’s northern Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region have protested in front of a government building...

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Jul 27, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Tensions Raise as Businesswoman...

Below is an article published by the Tibetan Review: TibetanReview.net, Jul26, 2011)  Around 300 riot police and local officials were dispatched on Jul 18 to crackdown on more than 1,000 herders...

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Jul 25, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Rights Group Reports New Protest...

The article below was published by Reuters. Inner Mongolia was rocked by protests in May over the death of an ethnic Mongolian herder who was hit by a truck after taking part in protests against pollution...

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Jul 05, 2011

Formation of the European Council of Mongolia...

Below is the invitation by the Chinese-Tibetan Friendship Society Europe for the events in English,Tibetan and Chinese. Demonstration on the 5th of July in front of the Chinese embassy in Brussels to...

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Jun 30, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Herders Protest Over Lead Min...

Below is an article published by STL Today: Ethnic Mongolian herders protested a lead mine operating on grazing land in the latest tension in a Chinese border region that recently saw its biggest...

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Jun 22, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Chinese Crack Down Under Martial...

Below is an article published by the Southern Mongolia Human Rights Information Centre:  “Mongolians have been arrested, detained and beaten during and after the large-scale region-wide protest...

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Jun 10, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Three Professors Arrested For...

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Chinese authorities in the northern region of Inner Mongolia have formally arrested at least three ethnic minority Mongolian university lecturers following...

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Jun 08, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Beijing’s Campaign of Cyber-Harassment...

Below is an article published by Reporters Without Borders: “Chinese authorities are now using more insidious and less visible methods than just blocking a site. They are leaving certain personal...

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Jun 07, 2011

Inner Mongolia: ‘War-Like State’

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Chinese authorities in the northern region of Inner Mongolia have described the situation there as "war-like" following a huge influx of troops into the...

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Jun 06, 2011

Southern Mongolia: A Jasmine Revolution but D...

Below is an article published by The Eurasia Review: China’s Inner Mongolia, where Mongolians are in a minority of only 20 per cent of the total population of 23 million has been going through a...

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Jun 03, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Internet is Collateral Victim...

Below is an article published by Reports Without Borders: Reporters Without Borders condemns the Chinese government’s decision to rein in Internet service in the northern region of Inner Mongolia,...

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May 31, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Nomads Face New Clampdown

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: Authorities in China have clamped down on protests in Inner Mongolia by nomadic herders against development of the region's grasslands, arresting dozens...

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May 26, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Thousands Of Students Take To...

  Below is an article published by Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center:On the morning of May 25, 2011, nearly two thousands students from Mongolians schools including Shiliin-hot Mongolian...

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May 24, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Herders Take To The Streets, Four...

  Below is an article published by Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center:On the morning of May 23, 2011, hundreds of Mongolian herders from Right Ujumchin Banner of Southern (Inner)...

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Feb 10, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Dissident Writer Missing

Below is an article published by Radio Free Asia: An ethnic Mongolian writer who had publicly backed a well-known political dissident is reported missing following her release from a hospital in northern...

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Jan 31, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Political Prisoner Still in Detention...

Below is an article published by the Canadian Press: An activist who campaigned for Inner Mongolia's independence from China has made his first contact with family more than a month after he was released...

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Jan 24, 2011

Inner Mongolia: China's Great Disappearing...

Below is an article published by SolveClimate News: Dalai Lake is shrinking. For years, the water level of northern China’s largest freshwater lake – lying on the Hulunbuir grasslands of Inner...

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Jan 11, 2011

Inner Mongolia: Unknown Plight of Re-Arrested...

Below is an article published by Phayul: Amnesty International urged Beijing on Monday [10 January 2011] to account for an independence activist in Chinese-controlled Inner Mongolia who was released from...

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Dec 14, 2010

Inner Mongolia: China Releases Long-Serving Dissident...

Below is an article published by the World Bulletin China has released from jail one of its longest-serving dissidents, the ethnic Mongolian rights activist Hada, but his whereabouts are not known and...

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Dec 13, 2010

Inner Mongolia: Activist Remains Imprisoned After...

Below is an article published by Radio Free China: Authorities in northern China have refused to honor the scheduled release date of a prominent ethnic Mongolian political prisoner [Hada] and have offered...

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Dec 06, 2010

Inner Mongolia: Finding of 30,000 Tonne Uranium...

  Below is an article published by News Center: China has found a major uranium deposit in Inner Mongolia holding an estimated 30,000 tonnes of the metal, state television reported on Saturday [4...

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Nov 29, 2010

Inner Mongolia: Buried in Worst Snow for 30 Y...

Below is an article published by China Daily   About 1,000 herdsmen who had been besieged by a snowstorm on a steppe in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region for a week have been found...

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Nov 24, 2010

Inner Mongolia: Protecting shrinking population...

Below is an article published by China Dialogue:   On November 12, two herders from Khaskatun in Inner Mongolia wrote to the local authority petitioning it to protect the Mongolian Baicha...

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Sep 01, 2010

Inner Mongolia: Tree-planting to End Desertif...

  Below is an article published by The Star:   As a child growing up in Inner Mongolia, Han Yu was surrounded by breathtaking nature. “The scenery was beautiful. There were lots of trees....

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Jul 12, 2010

Inner Mongolia: Heritage Management Research

 Below is an article published by Universiteit Leiden:Dean Prof. Willem J.H. Willems will be travelling to Mongolia this summer, as participant of the Mongolian International Heritage Team (MIHT)....

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Jul 09, 2010

Inner Mongolia: China To Speed Up Clearing Nomads...

Below is an article published by Reuters: China's Inner Mongolia region plans to speed up resettlement of nomadsfrom their traditional grasslands to fixed homes in towns, as part of aconservation...

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Apr 28, 2010

Inner Mongolia: China Stops Mongolian Activist...

  Below is an article published by Reuters :An ethnic Mongolian activist has vanished after Chinese authorities prevented him from attending a United Nations forum on indigenous peoples in New...

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Aug 20, 2009

Inner Mongolia: Senior Official Stresses Edu...

 Below is an article issued by China View:A senior central government official Tuesday [18 August 2009] urged the promotion of education in border regions inhabited by ethnic minorities. State Councilor...

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Aug 19, 2009

Inner Mongolia: CMA Sends Drought Working Gro...

 Below is an article published by Relief Web:On August 14 [2009], China Meteorological Administration (CMA) sent experts from National Climate Center, National Climate Center and Institute of Strategic...

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Aug 10, 2009

Inner Mongolia: Oil Found in Inner Mongolia

  Below is an article published by Reuters: CHINA'S second-largest state oil giant Sinopec Corp has discovered an oilfield with some 140 million tonnes reserve in north China's Inner...

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Oct 22, 2008

Inner Mongolia: Forgotten Fight for Cultural ...

China's ethnic Mongolians have been forgotten by the world, their fight for cultural survival overshadowed by unrest in Tibet, the wife of the region's best-known prisoner of conscience told...

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Jul 08, 2008

Inner Mongolia: China targets Mongolians in quiet...

Below is an article published by the The Guardian : HOHHOT, China, July 8 (Reuters) - In China's pre-Olympics crackdown on dissent two communities have received considerable global attention...

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Jul 07, 2008

Inner Mongolia: China urged to free Mongolian...

Below is an article published by: Reuters HOHHOT, China (Reuters) - The wife of an ethnic Mongolian Chinese dissident who has been in jail for over a decade called on Sunday [6 July 2008] for the government...

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Jun 25, 2008

Inner Mongolia: Dissident Released from Chinese...

Mr. Jaranbayariin Soyolt, a Southern (Inner) Mongolian dissident in exile and a citizen of Mongolia, was released and deported back to Mongolia by train on June 17, 2008. Currently he is staying in his...

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Jun 16, 2008

Inner Mongolia: UNPO Appeal for Jaranbayar So...

The Hague, 16 June 2008 – On 6 January 2008, Jaranbayar Soyolt, a citizen of Mongolia, was detained by immigration officials at Beijing Capital International Airport. Jaranbayar Soyolt is a nonviolent...

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Jun 05, 2008

Inner Mongolia: Dissident Arrested in Beijing

Jiranbayariin Soyolt, a Southern (Inner) Mongolian dissident in exile and a citizen of Mongolia, was arrested in Beijing Capital Airport on January 6, 2008, while on a business trip to China along with...

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May 08, 2008

Inner Mongolia: Journalists Arrested

Below is an article published by Reporters Without Borders: Reporters Without Borders condemns a decision by the Chinese authorities to place a journalist known by the name of Naranbilig under house...

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Apr 18, 2008

Inner Mongolia: Fires Ravage Countryside

Below is an article published by China View: About 3,800 people have been deployed to fight forest fires raging in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, local authorities said on Thursday...

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Apr 05, 2008

Inner Mongolia: Environment at Risk due to Dramatic...

Below is an article published by AsiaNews.it: Northeastern China is facing its worst drought in 57 years.  The areas of Hebei, from which Beijing intends to take water for the Olympics, have...

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Mar 08, 2008

Inner Mongolia: A Disaster Of China’s Own M...

Decades after flooding Inner Mongolia with settlers, China is finally responding to desertification – by forcibly resettling Inner Mongolians. Below is an article written by Geoffrey York and published...

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Feb 20, 2008

Inner Mongolia: Financing for Green Energy

China has approved on-grid tariffs for wind farms across the country, including Inner Mongolia, in hopes to promote green energy. Below is an article published by Forbes: The National Development and...

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Jan 22, 2008

Inner Mongolia: The Encroaching Ocean of Sand

A multimedia report shows how China is facing a potential desertification crisis but that it is the Inner Mongolians who are feeling its affects most acutely. Below is an article published by Circle...

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Oct 19, 2007

China: The True Voices of the People

The Chinese authorities have many ways of silencing opposition to their regime, but there will always be those who speak out for justice and freedom. Below is an article by the BBC: Although China's...

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Aug 21, 2007

Inner Mongolia: Political Prisoner Reportedly...

Reports suggest that ‘Hada’, a political activist and newspaper editor, has been maltreated in prison where he is currently serving a 15 year sentence for promoting Mongolian rights.   Below...

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Aug 08, 2007

Inner Mongolia: One of China’s Biggest Electricity...

Inner Mongolia is one of the most powerful electricity generators in China as it has the second largest available coal reserves in the region. Below are extracts of an article written by Xie Chuanjiao...

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Aug 03, 2007

Inner Mongolia: Some Success in Education

While half a century ago an estimated 90 percent of locals were considered illiterate, today the country's nine-year compulsory education scheme is trying to close the illiteracy gap. Below is an article...

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Jul 27, 2007

Inner Mongolia: Bitter Anniversary

While the People's Republic of China (PRC) celebrated Inner Mongolia’s 60th anniversary as an Autonomous Region, exiles denounced a history of environmental degradation and human rights abuse. Below...

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Jul 26, 2007

Inner Mongolia: China Denies Mistreating Pris...

Inner Mongolia’s governor denied the claims that political prisoner Hada had been mistreated. Jailed for his pro-democracy views, Mr. Hada is reportedly in very poor health. Below is an article...

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Jul 23, 2007

Inner Mongolia: Fighting Desert Turned Into P...

A paper factory based in Inner Mongolia has found a way to help grow trees that reduce the region’s concerning desertification while producing more wood for paper. Below are extracts from an article...

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Jul 20, 2007

Inner Mongolia: Four Christian Leaders Detain...

Four leaders of a Christian Church have reportedly been in Wuhai city by military police. Their whereabouts and current health condition are unknown. Below is an article published by the Christian News...

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Jun 11, 2007

Tibet: China Must Stop Forced Evictions

Human Rights Watch has called for a halt to the forced eviction of ethnic Tibetan herders, the resettlement of which often entails violence and the destruction of the Tibetan way of life. Below is an...

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Jun 06, 2007

Inner Mongolia: Green Wall Growing

Inner Mongolia’s “Green Great Wall” of trees, meant to stop desertification and protect the cities from sandstorms, is growing. Below are extracts from an article written by Charles...

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May 30, 2007

Inner Mongolia: Support for Greening Project

The Japan Airlines group has decided to increase its support the Inner Mongolia greening project against desertification. Below is an article published by China Corporate and Social Responsibility: Japan...

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May 17, 2007

UNPO Address to the UNPFII

In a joint statement to the Sixth Session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII), held from 14 to 25 May 2007 at the UN headquarters in New York, UNPO, its Members, and its partners,...

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May 11, 2007

Inner Mongolia: The Green Great Wall

The Korea-China Future Forest Association and the government of Inner Mongolia have launched a 5-year project aimed at protecting the region from toxic sandstorms with a wall of trees. Below is an article...

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Feb 09, 2007

Inner Mongolia: Admitted to UNPO

The latest meeting of the UNPO Presidency, which met from 01 – 03 February at the European Parliament in Brussels, has continued pursuit of UNPO’s goal of giving a voice to all unrepresented...

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