International Initiatives

Governments of many countries, Canada, France, Australia, USA, Israel, Spain, Taiwan, to name a few, have condemned this crime against humanity and have taken measures to shun China's rapidly growing transplant industry, by way of refusing visas to Chinese doctors seeking to travel abroad for transplant training, toughen laws to require doctors to report evidence that patients have received trafficked organs, and prevent their own citizens from travelling to China for transplants. Laws banning transplant tourism to China are already in place in Israel and Spain and are being debated in many other countries.

It is the duty of every human being with a conscience and every nation with high moral values, to raise a voice against this atrocity.

China’s reply

For more than a decade, the international community has condemned China’s practice of harvesting organs from its prisoners. With mounting evidence of killing Falun Gong practitioners and other prisoners of conscience for their organs, governments around the world put more pressure on China.

In Dec 2014, Chinese officials announced an end the practice of organ harvesting from executed prisoners by January 2015. This is nothing more than a propaganda ploy to pacify growing international criticism. Moreover, it ignores the evidence that shows a majority of harvested organs in China are taken live from prisoners of conscience, principally Falun Gong practitioners. There is no genuine commitment to end forced organ harvesting. With a booming organ transplant industry, evidence shows that there is no change in the grisly practice.

“In the U.S., in Europe, you have to be dead first in order to be an organ donor. In China, they make you dead,” - Dr. Arthur Caplan, head of the Division of Medical Ethics at New York University.

Please watch trailer of internationally acclaimed documentaries “Human Harvest” and “Hard To Believe