The team at the Institute for Ethics, Law, and Armed Conflict (ELAC) have provided both written and oral evidence to the UK's parliamentary inquiry on Xinjiang detention camps. The inquiry aims to examine how the UK government can prevent British companies from benefitting from forced labour in Xinjiang, support members of the Uyghur diaspora community, and strengthen atrocity prevention mechanisms. 

Today, Senior Visiting Fellow of Practice Ambassador Stephen Rapp provided oral evidence to the enquiry. Last December, Federica D'Alessandra, Executive Director of ELAC's Programme on International Peace and Security and Kirsty Sutherland, Visiting Fellow and MPP alumna, submitted written evidence to the enquiry.