Ethnicities in China Face Repressive Policies-why is the world silent? – Oct 23, 2020

GSV ( is hosting a virtual panel discussion on pro-independence ethnicities in China – Uyghurs, Southern Mongolians, people of Hong Kong, and others – who are being victimized openly by China. The panel will also examine why most of the world keeps silent on this repression and human rights violations. Is it due to Chinese investments and bribes? Or is the world ignorant of the extent of these repressions?

Moderator: Brian J. Karem


Rushan Abbas, Founder and Executive Director, Campaign for Uyghurs

Joyce Ho, Hong Kong Student Activist and Founder of Project Black Mask HK

Enghebatu Togochog, the spokesperson for Southern Mongolian Human Rights
Information Center

Sophie Richardson, the China director at Human Rights Watch