Jun 21, 2022

United States Uyghur Forced Work Prevention Act

United States Forced Prevention Act
United States Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act

Uyghur Forced Work Prevention Act

In the United States, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is beginning to implement the Uyghur Forced Work Prevention Act, prohibiting forced labor supplies on United States, products made in Xinjiang. President Biden signed the Act into law on December 23, 2021, after the United States National Congress passed two divisions in support, our mission is to fight everywhere, including in the Xinjiang region of China. In this Xinjiang region the genocide and crimes against humanity are continue. The State Department is working with Congress and our interagency partners to ensure that Xinjiang is forced to continue, and establish international co-ordination against this outstanding human rights violation in Xinjiang to Forced labor and other human rights abuses in the People's Republic of China (PRC) to address both around the world is a priority of President Biden and his Administration. We plan to promote specific measures in Xinjiang, including restrictions seen under the Global Magnitsky economic sanctions, export, detention orders, and import restrictions, as well as multi-emission business consulting in Xinjiang to assist with avoiding U.S. activity in partnerships. to facilitate trade or benefits from human rights abuses, including forced labor. In partnership with our interagency partners, we continue to engage companies to draw attention to U.S. legal obligations that prohibit importing goods into the United States that are carried out with extensive efforts. Our allies are gathering to address global supply chains from free taxation to crimes in Xinjiang, and we are calling on the PRC government to immediately put an end to crimes and human rights abuses, in Xinjiang and tributaries.