DAFOH has been invited to the press conference of EU Vice-President Edward McMillan-Scott at the EU Parliament London Office on February 12, 2008. The subject, “EU has teeth but no bite on China”, was related to the Olympic Games […]
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DAFOH’s letter of request to the International Olympic Committee on January 1, 2008. Background: Chinese officials have indicated to exclude Falun Gong from the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. – This move carries a pattern of discrimination against Falun Gong, which
DAFOH has been invited to speak at the Health and Human Rights Conference at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada, on October 27, 2007.
The WMA urges China to change organ transplant practices – Although Chinese medical officials agreed at the General Assembly of the WMA in Copenhagen not to transplant organs from prisoners – except into members of their immediate families,
DAFOH introduced its Advisory Board on August 19, 2007. The Advisory Board serves as independent entity and provides advice to DAFOH.
Letter to the Ottawa Citizen regarding Former MP pushes for Beijing Games boycott, Kilgour spearheads drive against ‘Bloody Harvest Olympics, Aug. 9, published August 11, 2007. DAFOH states that the Olympic Games cannot go along with crimes against humanity.
In March 2007 Dr. Tom Treasure publishes his article “The Falun Gong, organ transplantation, the holocaust and ourselves” in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. The article addresses ethical responsibilities of the medical profession.