Michael Polak Speaks at World Uyghur Congress 7th General Assembly Panel in Prague on ‘Uyghur Genocide: Avenues Towards Accountability’

Michael Polak
By: Michael Polak November 15, 2021

On the 12th November 2021, Church Court Chambers’ Michael Polak spoke at the World Uyghur Congress General Assembly panel in regard to the domestic law provisions which may be used to protect individuals from intense repression, such as that faced by the Uyghur people by the Chinese regime and to punish those directly responsible or complicit in such international crimes.  

The World Uyghur Congress is the democratically elected body representing the interests of the Uyghur people. Michael is regularly instructed by the WUC in cases seeking to protect the Uyghur people and other Turkic minorities in the Uyghur Region. Further details of this work can be found here, here, and here.

Michael carries out a wide range of public international and human rights work on behalf of organisations and individuals.  He can be instructed by contacting the clerks room by email clerks@timm283.sg-host.com or phone +44 20 7936 3637



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