CHRD

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CHRDChinese Human Rights Defenders
CHRDCentre for Human Rights and Development (est. 1977; Colombo, Sri Lanka)
CHRDCentre for Human Rights and Democracy (Kenya)
CHRDCounseling and Human Resource Development (South Dakota)
CHRDCentre for Health Research and Development (India)
CHRDColor High Resolution Display
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By awarding the Sakharov Prize to Hu Jia, the European Parliament firmly and resolutely acknowledges the daily struggle for freedom of all Chinese human rights defenders,'' Pottering said in a statement posted on the parliament's website.
Chinese Human Rights Defenders, a rights group, said police had detained and tortured Chen Guangcheng s older brother Chen Guangfu, the father of Chen Kegui, on April 27 -- the day of the break-in.
The Wuhan Intermediate People's Court in Hubei Province this week found Li guilty of ''subversion of state power,'' the Chinese Human Rights Defenders group and the Center for Human Rights and Democracy both said in separate statements, which indicated he intends to file
Some indigenous groups are trying to expand these freedoms; they are Human Rights in China, Chinese Human Rights Defenders (CHRD) and China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group (CHRLCG).
According to the Hong Kong-based Chinese Human Rights Defenders (CHRD), Li s sentence revolves around articles he wrote criticising the government and his participation in discussions hosted on "reactionary" websites.
According to a count by the Chinese Human Rights Defenders group, 26 political suspects have been arrested in China since February, and the government has restricted the movements of 200 more.
The rights group Chinese Human Rights Defenders has said 49 people have been detained on suspicion of criminal acts in the ongoing crackdown, most of whom have either been formally arrested, sent to re-education camps, or released on bail awaiting trial.
The Chinese Human Rights Defenders, a Hong Kong-based rights organization, said in a statement Tuesday that it had received three dozen reports of activists being placed under soft detention in the past month.
The statements from New York-based Human Rights Watch and the Chinese Human Rights Defenders activist network in Hong Kong came two days before the 22nd anniversary of the brutal June 4 army crackdown in the heart of Beijing.
The Chinese Human Rights Defenders said in a report that hostels located near the Beijing South Train Station have since August been unwilling to host petitioners as a result of threats by Beijing police.
The Hong Kong-based Chinese Human Rights Defenders activist group said the dialogue had so far "produced very few concrete results.
Wang Songlian, of Chinese Human Rights Defenders, said there will be little chance of holding public commemorative events on June 4.
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