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Benedict Rogers
Benedict Rogers, a human rights activist and writer, is the co-founder and chief executive of Hong Kong Watch. He previously worked for Christian Solidarity Worldwide, a rights organisation specializing in freedom of religion or belief, in various capacities for almost 30 years. He is the author of seven books, and his faith journey is told in his book “From Burma to Rome: A Journey into the Catholic Church” (Gracewing, 2015). His new book, “The China Nexus: Thirty Years In and Around the Chinese Communist Party’s Tyranny”,was published in 2022 by Optimum Publishing International. He received the International Religious Freedom Summit’s International Religious Freedom Champion award in 2021 and the International Catholic Legislators Network’s St Thomas More Award in 2022. Based in London, Rogers writes about issues of religion and rights in Asia, particularly Hong Kong and China, Myanmar, Indonesia and North Korea.

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Hong Kong's democracy movement must find other voices

By Benedict Rogers 11 June, 2024

Lord Sumption is just the latest, most unexpected voice and it won’t be the last

Tiananmen massacre should never be forgotten

Tiananmen massacre should never be forgotten

04 June, 2024

We can learn from history, and at the very least ensure it is remembered and not repeated

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Vatican should not honor Shanghai's fake bishop

Vatican should not honor Shanghai's fake bishop

24 May, 2024

There are those who courageously put their faith and values first, and do not sell their souls to a brutal, atheist regime

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Benedict Rogers

Benedict Rogers, a human rights activist and writer, is the co-founder and chief executive of Hong Kong Watch. He previously worked for Christian Solidarity Worldwide, a rights organisation specializing in freedom of religion or belief, in various capacities for almost 30 years. He is the author of seven books, and his faith journey is told in his book “From Burma to Rome: A Journey into the Catholic Church” (Gracewing, 2015). His new book, “The China Nexus: Thirty Years In and Around the Chinese Communist Party’s Tyranny”,was published in 2022 by Optimum Publishing International. He received the International Religious Freedom Summit’s International Religious Freedom Champion award in 2021 and the International Catholic Legislators Network’s St Thomas More Award in 2022. Based in London, Rogers writes about issues of religion and rights in Asia, particularly Hong Kong and China, Myanmar, Indonesia and North Korea.

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