We, the Peace Initiative for Hong Kong Group, call for the international community to support the protesters in Hong Kong’s efforts to have a dialogue with the government – and through this take an important step toward democracy in Hong Kong.


Although the Hong Kong government has agreed to start a dialogue with students on Tuesday, October 21,  protesters have faced police violence. This violence has escalated ahead of the upcoming Chinese Communist Party plenum in Beijing, which has caused a looming threat to the protesters. They may clear the streets ahead of the plenum, which would likely result in more bloodshed. 

Therefore, we, the Peace Initiative for Hong Kong Group consisting of 33 NGOs, calls all parties and those who care for Hong Kong democracy, freedom, stability and prosperity to follow the situation closely, and if possible, to send observers to sites in Hong Kong, and signal to the Hong Kong government and Beijing Regime that you

(1)   condemn and seek to prevent escalating violence against protesters,

(2)   oppose a bloody clearing of the streets,

(3)   ask the Hong Kong government to have a genuine intention of conducting a dialogue, and 

(4)  monitor the dialogue to help make sure it is transparent and both parties are sincere. 


Initiating Organization:

公民力量 (Citizen Power for China/Initiatives for China)

港加聯 (Canada-Hong Kong Link)
讓愛與和平佔領中環多倫多支援會 (Occupy Central with Love and Peace Toronto Support Group)
溫哥華支援民主運動聯合會 (Vancouver Society in Support of Democratic Movement)
對華援助協會 (ChinaAid)
中國民主教育基金會 (Chinese Democratic Education Foundation)
北京之春 (Beijing Spring)
自由西藏學生運動 (Students for Free Tibet)
南蒙古人權信息中心 (Southern Mongolia Human Rights Information Center)
維吾爾美國協會 (Uygur American Association)
民主中國陣線 (Federation for a Democratic China)
全球支持中國和亞洲民主化論壇 (Global Support for Democratization in China and Asia)
民主中國聯合陣線 (Alliance for a Democratic China)
中國共和黨 (Chinese Republican Party)
中國社會民主黨 (China Social Democratic Party)
加拿大價值守護者聯盟 (Alliance of the Guard of Canadian Value)
中國民主黨全國聯合總部 (China Democracy Party United Headquarter )
悉尼民主平臺 (Sydney Democracy Platform)
中國民主團結聯盟 (Chinese Alliance for Democracy)
齊氏文化基金會 (The Qi’s Cultural Foundation)
全美學自聯 (Independent Federation of Chinese Students and Scholars)
中國綠黨 (China Green Party)
臺灣關懷中國人權聯盟 (Taiwan Association for China Human Rights)
島國前進 (Taiwan March)
臺灣勞工陣線協會 (Taiwan Labour Front)
社團法人自由通訊傳播協會 (Association for Free Communication)
福爾摩鯊會社 (Formoshark)
臺灣青年反共救國團(Taiwan Youth Anti-Communist National Salvation Corps)
臺灣維吾爾之友會 (Taiwan friends of Uyghur)
獨臺新社 (Taiwan Independence Reformation)
臺灣促進和平基金會 (Peacetime Foundation of Taiwan)
中華國際人權促進會 (Youth for Human Rights of the Republic of China)


Dr. YANG Jianli

(International Community, Oversea Democratic Movements)

Dr. TENG Biao (Chinese Human Rights, International Community)

617-396-6099 tengbiao89@gmail.com

Mr. HU Jia (Mainland China)


Mr. YANG Sen-hong (Taiwan)

0922-884-138 yang0509@gmail.com

Ms. Gloria Fung (International Community, Oversea Hong Kong Citizens)

416-706-0111 gylfung@gmail.com

Mr. TO Kwan Hang (Hong Kong)

9709-4567 andrewto@cpa.com

Mr. Henry Chau (Oversea Hong Kong Citizens)

604-202-2324 henryshchau@gmail.com

Mr. Scott Chiang (Macau)


Mr. Bob Fu (International Community, Christian Churches)

267-265-6087 bobfu@chinaaid.org

Ms. Theresa Chu (Taiwan)

0928433204 Attorney@theresachu.com

Mr. Enghebatu Togochog (South Mongolia)

917-698-4367 enghebatu@gmail.com

Ms. Zubayra Shamseden (Uyghur)


Ms. Tenzin Dolkar (Tibet)

917-664-5530 tendolkarsft@gmail.com

Ms. Mary Yang (Taiwan) 

+886 0920080320  maryyang0621@gmail.com

Mr. ZHONG JinJiang (Australia) 


Mr. ZHANG Xiaogang (Australia)


Mr. PAN Yongzhong (Europe)