王建兵探访了奄奄一息的建筑工人；黄雪琴（Sophia）调查了中国最早的#MeToo（米兔）案件；方然为南方工厂的工人赋权奔走。 今年，他们三人都失踪了。 劳工权利行动者王建兵是以秘密拘押的形式被拘留的人中的一个，这是一种叫做“指定居所监视居住”或RSDL的形式，它允许国家可以不经审讯把人关在“黑监狱”里。（图片来自雪饼的朋友）
Huang Xueqin: “How Could a Journalist Keep Silent”
BackgroundHuang Xueqin is a Chinese independent investigation journalist and a feminist activist. She used to work for state-owned media such as News Express(新快报) and Southern Metropolis Weekly（南都...
【編者按】：本文由端傳媒與NGOCN聲音計劃聯合出品，首發於端傳媒。 黃雪琴，中國獨立調查記者，女權行動者。曾任職《新快報》、《南都週刊》等國有媒體，後辭職成為獨立記者。2018年，她深度參與推動中國#MeToo運動，支持多例個案維權，並發起一系列反性騷擾行動。2019年，她在香港參加反修例遊行並實名發表記錄文章，因此被中國當局以「尋釁滋事罪」刑事拘留，並被採取強制措施「指定地點監視居住」3個月，原定於當年9月入讀港大法學系碩士項目，也因被捕而無法前往。2020年1月17日她被取保候審。2021年秋，黃雪琴獲得英國志奮領獎學金支持，原計劃於9月20日赴薩塞克斯大學（University of Sussex）就讀性別與發展學碩士，卻再次因被捕而無法成行。
【报道】SCMP: China’s missing #MeToo and labour activist pair held by police, family told
Two activists who disappeared last month in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou had been detained by police, a family member was told by authorities.
【报道】无国界记者呼吁中国当局释放调查记者黄雪琴 RSF calls for release of Chinese investigative journalist, Huang Xueqin
【报道】SCMP: Fears in China for missing #MeToo activist and labour rights campaigner
Friends have not been able to contact Sophia Huang and Wang Jianbing since Sunday, when they were planning to leave Guangzhou for Shenzhen Huang had been going to fly from Hong Kong to London to study Two activists based in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou – including one of China’s most well-known women’s rights campaigners, have lost contact with their friends, raising fears that the pair may have been detained by police.
【报道】The Independent: Concerns mount in China over missing MeToo and labour rights activists
A prominent women’s rights activist and a civil society member have gone missing in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou. It is being seen by some as yet another example of China’s clampdown on human rights.
【报道】IFJ: Chinese journalist Huang Xueqin thought detained after disappearance
Chinese journalist and activist Sophia Huang Xueqin is feared to have been detained in China after disappearing on September 19. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) expresses concern for Huang’s safety and stands in solidarity with Huang who has faced harassment by Chinese authorities for exercising freedom of expression.