Click on the links below to learn how you can join our partners' efforts to bring freedom of religion, conscience, and belief to China.
China Aid's mission is to expose religious freedom and human rights abuses, encourage those abused, and equip community and religious leaders in China. China Aid is a Christian international human rights organization inspired by God's call to love, serve, and seek justice for the persecuted.
Initiatives for China is a grassroots organization whose mission is to peacefully transition China into a democratic society under the belief that peaceful change can only come about from a collaborative, diverse, and united front.
Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) works in over 20 countries across Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America, defending everyone's right to freedom of religion or belief. Not only does CSW advocate on behalf of those who are being targeted for their beliefs at the very highest levels, CSW also campaigns for religious freedom through their supporters in the UK and overseas.
The International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) works to promote human rights and democratic freedoms for the people of Tibet. ICT employs a multi-faceted approach, which includes monitoring, advocacy, education, fact-finding, and outreach.
Movements.org is an innovative crowdsourcing model that connects human rights defenders to organizations and individuals with the resources and/or expertise to help. Media professionals, lawyers, tech providers, and other skilled practitioners represent an enormous source of potentially life-altering assistance for these activists.
The mission of the Chen Guangcheng Foundation is to advance the development of freedom, human rights, and rule of law in China, and to realize democratic constitutionalism in China, embracing universal values for the development of China.
The Uyghur Human Rights Project's mission is to promote human rights and democracy for the Uyghur people, and to raise awareness of the human rights abuses that occur in East Turkestan, referred to by the Chinese Communist Party as the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.
The Solidarity Sabbath is organized by the Lantos Foundation for Human Rights & Justice, which is dedicated to carrying forward the legacy of late Congressman Tom Lantos, who was a champion of human rights around the world.