Recent research from VOC’s Dr. Adrian Zenz, Senior Fellow and Director in China Studies at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, helped to prompt an investigation into German chemicals producer BASF and its connections to Uyghur forced labor in Xinjiang. An article from The Guardian highlights Dr. Zenz’s findings and recent pressure on BASF by politicians around the world.
In an article titled What Evidence Shows About China and Uyghur Forced Labor Yahoo’s Jasmin Malik Chua breaks down the latest report from VOC’s Dr. Adrian Zenz. As Malik Chua writes, “If the furor over Uyghur forced labor in China shows no signs… Read More
The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) announced today the appointment of the Honorable Tidal W. (Ty) McCoy to the Board of Trustees. VOC also announced that the Board has elected a new Executive Committee, further expanding its impact and reach. “The… Read More
The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) is proud to announce that its Board of Trustees has elected Dr. Elizabeth Edwards Spalding as its new Chairman. A VOC Trustee since 2018, Dr. Spalding previously served as VOC’s Vice Chairman and is the… Read More
“For Beijing, this report is a major problem,” said Adrian Zenz, a senior fellow in China studies at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation and a leading critic of the policies in Xinjiang. “Despite some shortcomings, it speaks very strongly… Read More
Read George F. Will’s review of the Victims of Communism Museum in the Washington Post.
Read The Wall Street Journal’s review of the Victims of Communism Museum.