A coalition of UK-based Hong Kong, Tibetan and Uyghur communities staged a public protest in central London to highlight the CCP regime’s continued brutal crackdown and curtailment of freedom of speech and human dignity in their countries.
Rights groups and NGOs such as Atlas, Free Tibet, World Uyghur Congress and Global Alliance for Tibet & Persecuted Minorities supported these communities, who were calling for their basic freedom, human dignity and democracy.
Resist the CCP Day – Joint London Rally kicked off in Piccadilly Circus on Friday, 1st October at 6.30pm. Protesters chanted “Free Tibet”, “Free Hong Kong” and “Free East Turkistan”.
At 7pm, the protesters marched to the Chinese Embassy located at 49 Portland Place, London W1B 1JL (via Regent’s Street and Oxford Circus) where further rally was held at 8pm.
About 1000 people joined this year’s protest. Organisers of this year’s protest included:
– Free Tibet
– Global Alliance for Tibet and Persecuted Minorities
– Hong Kong Aid – Hong Kong Liberty
– Power to Hongkongers
– Stop Uyghur Genocide
– Tibetan Community in Britain
– Uyghur Community UK
– World Uyghur Congress