2021 World Summit

On September 26, 2021, at the end of the World Summit, the five hosting NGOs, Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting, CAP Freedom of Conscience,  Korea Association for Ethical Organ Transplants, Taiwan Association for International Care […]

In the sixth and final session, policy makers and parliamentarians from local and international levels proposed steps that could be taken to effectively combat transplant abuse and prevent forced organ harvesting from living persons in

The fifth session addressed the impact and broad implications that forced organ harvesting has for civil society. Human rights atrocities, as part of a planned cold genocide, affect not only the victims and the perpetrators,

The fourth session of the World Summit featured journalists from Italy, Taiwan, France, Japan, and Cuba as well as a Chinese witness. Journalism as a profession should safeguard freedom of the press and fight censorship

Government leaders and policymakers from Sweden, France, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States unanimously condemned and called for an end to China’s human rights abuses, particularly the regime’s state-sponsored forced organ harvesting of

Legal experts from Canada, South Korea, Spain, and Taiwan discussed the legal precedents of past and current efforts to combat live forced organ harvesting. They recommended that countries unite in their efforts to pursue legislative

Medical professionals from Taiwan, Germany, Ireland, and the United States agree that organ harvesting from non-consenting prisoners of conscience in China is a gross violation of internationally accepted human rights and medical ethics. The medical

The World Summit on Combating and Preventing Forced Organ Harvesting, sponsored by five international NGOs, is providing crucial information regarding the Chinese Communist Party’s illicit transplant medicine practices and human rights abuses in six online

DAFOH newsletter readers are cordially invited to attend the upcoming World Summit on Combating and Preventing Forced Organ Harvesting being presented digitally by five international non-governmental organizations concerned with ethics and human rights. The importance