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Benedict Rogers
Benedict Rogers, a human rights activist and journalist, is the co-founder and chief executive of Hong Kong Watch and senior analyst for East Asia at Christian Solidarity Worldwide, a rights organization specialising in freedom of religion or belief. He received the US government’s International Religious Freedom Champion award in 2021. 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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World cannot ignore the latest attack on Hong Kong's rights

By Benedict Rogers 30 December, 2021

Robust sanctions are needed to show China that its silencing of all dissent has consequences

Please don't condemn Cardinal Bo, a brave advocate for peace

Please don't condemn Cardinal Bo, a brave advocate for peace

28 December, 2021

Catholics should look beyond the photos of him with Myanmar's junta leader to see his true intentions

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Shameless China tries to erase 1989 massacre from history

Shameless China tries to erase 1989 massacre from history

23 December, 2021

Removal of a Hong Kong statue commemorating the Tiananmen Square massacre must bring a united response from the free world

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Benedict Rogers

Benedict Rogers, a human rights activist and journalist, is the co-founder and chief executive of Hong Kong Watch and senior analyst for East Asia at Christian Solidarity Worldwide, a rights organization specialising in freedom of religion or belief. He received the US government’s International Religious Freedom Champion award in 2021. 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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