China’s Human Rights Lawyers Face Uphill Struggle

From AFP:

has had to move several times after authorities pressured his landlords. He hardly ever sees his wife and daughter. And he has now lost his livelihood for defending the Falungong.

The 41-year-old is one of a rising number of in China who have risked their jobs and even their families to fight for those whose rights have been violated, amid what activists say is a widespread official clampdown.

“The issue of human rights is not an abstract one. It exists in our lives in a big way. But in the minds of many officials, it is considered insignificant,” Tang, a slight but jovial man, told AFP.

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