Court applies for fourth verdict deferral for Chinese activist who voiced support for Occupy protests

WRIC  HKFP   A Guangxi court has applied for the verdict for women’s rights activist Su Changlan to be deferred for the fourth time, her lawyer has said. Su was detained in October 2014 after making comments on social media in support of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy Occupy movement. She previously worked as a volunteer for…

JOINT PRESS RELEASE WOMEN’S RIGHTS IN CHINA and WOMEN’S RIGHTS WITHOUT FRONTIERS TESTIFY BEFORE CONGRESS ISSUE LETTER TO PRESIDENT OBAMA CONCERNING CHINA’S ONE CHILD POLICY

  [Photo Caption:  Reggie Littlejohn, Chai Ling and Jing Zhang testify before Congress.  Littlejohn is second from the left; Chai Ling and Jing Zhang are seated to her right.  Photo by Jim Geheran.  Used with permission from Initiatives for China.]   Women’s Rights in China and Women’s Rights Without Frontiers – two organizations whose mission…