Day 2 – World Summit 2021: Combating and Preventing Forced Organ Harvesting: Sep 18, 2021 | Pursuing Accountability For Forced Organ Harvesting Crimes (Video)


Second Session: Pursuing Accountability For Forced Organ Harvesting Crimes


4:11 – Introduction
8:43 – The legal elements in China, the role of the judiciary and how the system has allowed these crimes to go unabated over 2 decades.
David Matas, Esq., International Human Rights Lawyer
21:23 –  Carlos Iglesias Jiménez, Esq., Human Rights Lawyer, Spain
He is the European Director of the Human Rights Law Foundation. He participated in several sessions of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva informing its members about the persecution of Falun Gong.
38:27 –  About the Universal Declaration on Combating and Preventing Forced Organ Harvesting (UDCPFOH).
The Universal Declaration calls for close international cooperation to “combat and prevent forced organ harvesting by providing for the criminalization of certain acts and facilitate the criminal prosecution of forced organ harvesting both at the national and international levels.”
Theresa Chu, Esq., Lawyer, Spokeswoman for Taiwan Falun Gong Atty. Group, Taiwan
53:49 –  Kim Song, Judge of Seoul Administrative Court, South Korea
Kim Song is a member of the International Human Rights Law Community of Korean judges. 
She presented her research on “Organ Transplant Law in Korea – Overview, Cases and Suggestion for Amendment in compliance with Declaration of Istanbul” at Asia Symposium on Combating Organ Trafficking and Transplant Tourism, which was held at Tokyo University in 2019.
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The World Summit on Combating and Preventing Live Organ Harvesting, jointly organized by five non-governmental organizations from Europe, the United States, and Asia, will be held over two consecutive weekends from Sept. 17-19, and 24-26, 2021.

The event features 35 experts from 19 countries with expertise in six areas of inquiry: medical, legal, political, media, civil society, and policy-making. The topic centers on the far-reaching impact of the Chinese Communist Party’s organ harvesting atrocities on human dignity and all aspects of life, and how to combat and prevent such atrocities.

Forced Organ harvesting of living people poses a great danger to humankind as it violates universal ethical values, moral principles of life, and human dignity, thus turning the medical profession into an abusive practice.



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