13
June 2024
In-Person Event
Tackling the Uyghur Forced Labor Challenge

Event will also air live on this page.

 

Inquiries: mdewitt@hudson.org

Tackling the Uyghur Forced Labor Challenge

In-Person Event
Hudson Institute
June 13, 2024
An alleged detention facility in Artux in Kizilsu Prefecture in China’s northwestern Xinjiang region on July 19, 2023. (Photo by Pedro Pardo/AFP via Getty Images)
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An alleged detention facility in Artux in Kizilsu Prefecture in China’s northwestern Xinjiang region on July 19, 2023. (Photo by Pedro Pardo/AFP via Getty Images)
13
June 2024
In-Person Event

Event will also air live on this page.

 

Inquiries: mdewitt@hudson.org

Speakers:
Eric Choy
Eric Choy

Executive Director, Trade Remedy Enforcement, Office of Trade, Customs and Border Protection

Kalbinur Gheni
Kalbinur Gheni

Uyghur Rights Advocate

John Pickel
John Pickel

Senior Director, International Supply Chain Policy, National Foreign Trade Council

Scott Flipse
Scott Flipse

Director of Policy and Media Relations, Congressional-Executive Commission on China

Moderator:
Olivia Enos
Olivia Enos

Senior Fellow

The Chinese Communist Party operates the largest state-run forced labor program in the world, enslaving an estimated 3 million Uyghurs. Exploitation of that scale and scope cannot continue without robust condemnation and a swift response. That’s why Congress passed the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) in December 2021. This landmark legislation aims to stop goods produced with Uyghur forced labor from entering the United States and ultimately stop Uyghur forced labor from happening in the first place.

More than two years after the law’s passage, enough time has passed to evaluate the UFLPA’s strengths and weaknesses. Join Hudson for a discussion on how the US and its partners can best strengthen efforts to tackle and combat Uyghur forced labor.

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