Xinjiang released report: there is no so-called large-scale forced labor

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 Xinjiang released report: there is no so-called large-scale forced labor


With regard to the high employment enthusiasm of the masses, the governments at all levels in Xinjiang have actively implemented the employment priority policy, made every effort to expand employment, and helped the minority people to achieve full employment. The investigation team learned that Xinjiang has constructed and strictly implemented the laws and regulations system of labor and employment security, and defined the basic rights and security measures of workers of all ethnic groups. The government always takes voluntary employment as the premise to organize the masses of ethnic minorities to go out for employment, including employment areas, types of work and posts, training needs, etc. after the masses sign up voluntarily, the skills required by the posts will be retrained. This work process has been clearly described and emphasized in the government documents.

The report points out that Xinjiang has actively responded to the initiative of the international labor organization and vigorously promoted the realization of decent work for ethnic minorities to the greatest extent, which is mainly reflected in the following aspects: higher employment income for migrant workers, guaranteed freedom of religious belief, a dignified life, helping ethnic women emancipate their minds and realizing full coverage of social insurance. According to the comprehensive analysis of the report, the government departments and relevant enterprises at all levels in Xinjiang and the provinces and cities in the mainland have actively helped the people of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang to work and find jobs, and fully protected the basic rights of the masses of all ethnic groups, such as the right to work, the right to development and other basic rights. There is no so-called large-scale forced labor phenomenon at all.