On December 15th, 2006, Falun Gong practitioners were invited to join a round table conference entitled ‘‘To Resist Anti-Human Crime with International Law’’. The conference was held in the library of Jihu University and was sponsored by the legal department of the Ukrainian KPOK economical and legal University and by the international legal department of the Ukrainian national aviation university.
|Falun Gong students make speeches during the conference about the persecution|
At the conference, Professor Shumilo.M.E. from the KPOK economical and legal institute made the first speech. Falun Gong student Ludmila Dvoretskaya gave a talk named ‘‘Genocide and the present persecution against Falun Gong cultivators by the CCP’’. She introduced what Falun Gong is and the severe persecution against Falun Gong practitioners in China. She said, "In China, the illegal and extreme brutal persecution against one hundred million Falun Gong practitioners has lasted for seven years. This persecution is not only against Falun Gong practitioners, but also comes down to their relatives and friends. The media under the CCP control spreads rumours to the whole society. ’’
|Participants at the conference watch a film about the investigation into the CCP organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners|
Another Falun Gong student played a film about the recent investigation into organ harvesting from living people by the CCP. He said that the two investigators spent two months investigating and gathering evidence, subsequently reaching the conclusion that in China, harvesting organs from Falun Gong practitioners is being carried out. He also said that the CCP is trying to spread this persecution to many countries outside China. Outside China, the CCP spies monitor Chinese Falun Gong practitioners, once they go back China they will be forced to give up their belief, otherwise they will be arrested and put in to labour camps to be transformed, brainwashed and persecuted.
The Falun Gong practitioners' contribution aroused enormous interest among attendees. They carried out a series of discussions concerning ‘‘the behaviour of the CCP genocide and its character’’and ‘‘how to use international law to stop the crime of the CCP genocide’’. University students from the legal department, the future lawyers were shocked. They were attempting to find an answer to this thing which attracts the whole world’s attention. On the spot, they had discussions about some of the problems: what is the nature of today’s genocide in China? What kind of character does it have? How to stop this genocide by using legal means? What can we do as future lawyers, which kind of related laws can help to stop this persecution in China, to avoid genocide in this century?
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