How Can The CSW Keep Silent?

“From the beginning to the end, each village and town must give the highest priority to the tubal-ligation of women who have given birth to two girls, especially within those villages where these women have not yet had their tubes tied. We must demonstrate dogged determination and to the bodies of every cadre. Set the time and set the assignment. On multiple levels and using different channels, we should obtain information on spouses who are attempting to flee the county. By hook or crook, we must carry out contraceptive measures and every village must meet at least one of its target assignments.”

(Speech made by Tian Xiangrong 31 July 2006 Tongwei County Government (Online—As Documented in the US Congressional Executive Commission on China-Annual Report 2008.)

How can the UN Commission On The Status Of  Women (CSW) continue to ignore these gross violations of women’s human rights and not even condemn China’s population program, which through its forced sterilizations and other forms of coercion and oppression violates the commitments of both the Beijing Declaration and Platform For Action

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2 thoughts on “How Can The CSW Keep Silent?

  1. Do you know if the status of women in Tibet will be discussed on the review conference Beijing+15 that is taking place now in NY?
    Kind regards, Katja

    1. Katja, Thanks for your question. If you see the recent posts here we have been trying to increase exposure on the plight of women in Tibet, East Turkestand AND China who are terrorized by China’s program of forced sterilizations. We have also called upon the Commission on the Status of Women, and Women’s NGO’s, to discuss this issue at both the CSW and Women’s NGO Beijing+15 Forum. In addition we have submitted a briefing paper, which you may find of interest calling for action. See here: https://tibettruth.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/briefingpaper1.pdf

      We have two reporters at the Conference and so far there has been no examination or debate on this appalling violation of women’s human rights.

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