Center for Uyghur Studies, provides strategic policy recommendations, presents the reports, studies, and research to interfaith entities, related international organizations, governments, parliaments, and educates the public about Uyghur, Kazakhs, and other nations in East Turkistan. (Referred to by the Chinese government as the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region). Center for Uyghur Studies is a non-profit organization.
Our mission is to orchestrate comprehensive studies and research that leads to advocate and create awareness on human rights, economic, social, and environmental problems created by the Chinese regime in East Turkistan, and especially Central Asia and Islamic Countries, and educate the Uyghur diaspora, public on a national and global level.
Center for Uyghur Studies (CFUS) aims to primarily examine the People’s Republic of China’s economic and political pressures on Muslim Uyghur, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, and other societies in East Turkistan. In particular, it aims to shed light on China’s hegemonic activities in both Central Asian countries and other Islamic countries. Since Central Asia and the Islamic world are also the regions where East Turkistan people are densely located abroad, their situation will be examined. The “long-arm” activities of the PRC towards the people of East Turkistan in the aforementioned geography and Muslim states will be examined. CFUS, it is planned to evaluate the economic, social, and environmental effects of the projects that the Chinese government has realized or will carry out in Central Asia and Islamic countries.