NOTE: The China Tribunal will no longer be accepting any further submissions in regard to its Judgment, which has been delivered in summary form, with the following proviso: In the event that the Tribunal receives further submissions of an EVIDENTIARY nature or receives requests for clarification(1) on matters of evidence then it will consider those.

(1) Reference to paragraph 36 of the Summary judgment: Organs may also be donated after circulatory death (DCD) under certain circumstances. A decision to withdraw life support is a pre-requisite prior to approach to the the patient or his/her surrogates to discuss donation. In other words consent is mandatory.


The China Tribunal is an independent people’s tribunal established to inquire into forced organ harvesting from, amongst others, prisoners of conscience in China and to investigate what criminal offences, if any, have been committed by state or state-approved bodies, organisations or individuals in China that may have engaged in forced organ harvesting. 

The Final Judgment was delivered in June, 2019.


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