"President Xi Jinping has called for 'people-centred development for win-win outcomes as part of a community of shared future for mankind', a commendable ambition. Sadly, China's global ambitions on human rights are seemingly not mirrored by its record at home," Hussein said.
"My office continues to receive urgent appeals regarding arbitrary detentions, enforced disappearances, ill-treatment and discrimination, emanating from human rights defenders, lawyers, legislators, booksellers, and members of communities such as Tibetans and Uyghurs," he added.
Hussein said many of the cases involved people fighting against economic, social and cultural injustices such as corruption, illegal seizure of land and forced evictions or destruction of cultural sites.
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