• International Day Against Forced Organ Harvesting

    DAFOH announces the first International Day Against Forced Organ Harvesting on October 1, 2016, to mark a global call to the United Nations to end forced organ harvesting of the Falun Gong, Tibetans, Uighurs, and other prisoners of conscience in China. A one-day petition campaign to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights pays tribute to the victims of forced organ harvesting.

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    International Day Against Forced Organ Harvesting
Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH) aims to provide the medical community and society with objective findings of unethical and illegal organ harvesting. Organ harvesting, the removal of organs from a donor, without obtaining prior free and voluntary consent, is considered a crime against humanity, as well as a threat to medical science in general.

Latest News and Press Releases

Latest news and press releases about forced organ harvesting and actions being taken. … Learn More →

DAFOH Newsletter Archive

DAFOH publishes a quarterly newsletter that reports about recent developments, provides professional analysis and informs about international activities and news in the field of unethical organ procurement practices. Previously published newsletters can be found in our newsletter archive… Learn More →

Organ Harvesting Evidence

Due to restrictions on investigations that a totalitarian government can impose on international investigative delegations, evidence often cannot only be compiled from first degree witnesses and direct sources… Learn More →

About DAFOH (Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting)

Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting is an organization founded by medical doctors to voluntarily serve the medical community, as well as society. The organization shall be independent and free… Learn More →

  • Implausible Medical Examinations of Falun Gong Forced Labor Camp Workers in Chinaa pilot research by DAFOH on the incidence of implausible medical testing on detained prisoners of conscience in China.  In past years, no in-depth research including both a qualitative and a quantitative methodology has been carried out to investigate the situation of forced medical testing of prisoners in China’s labor camps.