……a disgusting form of evil which, despite all the depravities humanity has seen, was new to this planet.
—Bloody Harvest


Nobel Peace Prize nominees David Matas and David Kilgour investigate the organ harvesting trade in China and uncover one of the world's worst crimes against humanity.

David Matas

David Matas is a renowned immigration and human rights lawyer. He served as a member of the Canadian delegation to the UN Task Force on Immigration Practices & Procedures, UN Conference on International Criminal Court, and Stockholm International Forum on the Holocaust. In 2010, David Matas was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his work related to the investigation of organ harvesting crimes in China. David Matas obtained a Masters of Arts from Princeton University and Bachelor of Civil Law from the University of Oxford.

David Kilgour

David Kilgour was a Canadian member of parliament David Kilgour for 27 years. He also served as the Secretary of State for Latin America and Africa, Secretary of State for Asia-Pacific and Deputy Speaker of the House. David Kilgour, together with David Matas, won the 2009 Human Rights Award from the International Society for Human Rights. In 2010, David Kilgour was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for investigating the organ harvesting crimes in China. David Kilgour graduated from the University of Manitoba in economics and the University of Toronto law school.




74th Annual Peabody Award Winner

"Like a mystery novel with a devastating denouement, Leon Lee’s documentary starts with numbers that don’t add up and divines an unthinkable explanation. China had no organ-donation system until 2010, yet…" Read more


Best International Investigative Documentary

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 Human Harvest Interactive

An interactive experience that explores the investigation of this terrible crime against humanity.

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News and Analysis on Falun Gong and the human rights crisis in China.

 Bloody Harvest

An independent investigation into allegations of organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners in China.

 The Slaughter by Ethan Gutmann

The inside story of China's organ transplant business


Petition to the United Nations

Petition to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights calling for immediate action to end forced organ harvesting in China.

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Join us for a film screening of "Human Harvest," a Peabody Award-winning documentary. It investigates and uncovers one of the world's worst crimes against humanity—systematic, state-sanctioned organ harvesting of living prisoners of conscience in China—which fueled China's lucrative transplant industry and allowed China to become the 2nd largest transplant country worldwide, despite having no functioning organ donation system. In the summer of 2016, the U.S. House of Representatives passed resolution 343 condemning state-sanctioned harvesting of organs from living prisoners of conscience in China. The European Parliament has passed a similar resolution. "This is about the most monstrous crime that I can conceive of," said US Congressman Dana Rohrabacher. Free pizza and insomnia cookies will be served! The film screening will take place at 8pm Thursday, Dec. 1st in Hamilton Hall, Room 304. RSVP here: www.eventbrite.com/e/human-harvest-documentary-film-screening-tickets-29624793555?aff=efbeventtix Hosted by Falun Dafa Club at Columbia University.

Human Harvest: Documentary Film Screening

December 1, 2016, 8:00pm - December 2, 2016, 2:30am


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