Amnesty International 國際特赦組織 :Calls on the authorities to disclose the whereabouts and legal status of all those detained and guarantee unrestricted access to their families and lawyers, as well as ensure those detained are not at risk of torture and other ill-treatment
International Services for Human Rights (ISHR): Authorities must identify those defenders who have been detained or disappeared, release all who have been detained arbitrarily, and investigate those authorities who are responsible.
美國國會議員克里斯・史密斯(Chris Smith): Strongly condemn the nation-wide detention; urge US to take new action on US-China relationship
US State Department 美國國務院: Deeply concerned that the broad scope of the new National Security Law is being used as a legal facade to commit human rights abuses; Strongly urge China to respect the rights of all of its citizens and to release all those who have recently been detained for seeking to protect the rights of Chinese citizens.
Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movement 支聯會: Protest to Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in Hong Kong and demanded for the immediate release of detained lawyers
台灣聲援中國人權律師網絡: Hold press conference to express support towards the detained human rights lawyers
Committee to Support Chinese Lawyers 中國律師之友 (美國): Calls for the immediate release of all detained individuals, including lawyers and staff of law firm; calls for government authorities to immediately disclose the whereabouts and status of all reportedly disappeared individuals in connection with this crackdown; urge government authorities to ensure that all lawyers are able to carry out their professional obligations without intimidation, hindrance, harassment, or improper interference, in conformity with international standards
China Human Rights Defenders 人權捍衛者: Urges the Chinese government to unconditionally release all detained lawyers and others swept up in the raids; to end its reprisals against human rights lawyers for exercising their independence or protecting the judicial process from government interference
Progressive Lawyers Group 法政匯思: Strongly demand that the authorities immediately release the human rights lawyers and their associates who have been arrested, detained or have otherwise disappeared; call on the Hong Kong Law Society and the Hong Kong Bar Association to speak out strongly in relation to this.
Germany Human Rights Commissioner 德國人權專員: Condemn the arrest of up to 100 lawyers and staff from law firms in China.；call on the Chinese leadership to release the lawyers who have been arrested and to refrain from any further action to restrict them in the exercise of the profession and the defence of their clients; call on the Chinese Government to stand and be judged by its self-professed desire to strengthen the rule of law
Freedom House自由之家（美國）: Condemns China for detaining at least 24 lawyers; welcomes the U.S. State Department’s condemnation of the deportations and detention; calls on US government to raise the cost to the Chinese state of its repression by revisiting the United States 2014 visa validity extension policy
Taiwan Association for Human Rights (joint statement) : Immediate stop the coordinated crackdown and release all the detained lawyers and staff; calls on Taiwan govt. to confirm that democracy and human rights are precondition for the conversation with China and criticize CPG's cruel act
National Committee of the Democratic Party of China中國民主黨美國委員會: Protest at the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in New York and demand the release of the detainees
The Federation for a Democratic China民主中國陣線: Strongly condemn the authorities for its repression against human rights lawyers; calls on authorities to release all the detainees immediately, stop all the harassments against their family members; calls on the international community to express concern on the incident and pressurize the govt.; prevent a further crackdown
Front Line Defenders （愛爾蘭）:Expresses its grave concern at the detention of human rights lawyers, especially at the questioning, harassment and detention of scores of other human rights defenders between 9 and 13 July
European Union 歐盟: The Chinese authorities should abide by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, respect the rights of all citizens as recognised by the Chinese Constitution and release all those detained for seeking to protect these rights.
UN human rights experts: Called on the Chinese authorities to stop what appears to be targeted police harassment and intimidation of lawyers and those working closely with them; concerned with the physical and mental integrity of the detainees; call on the Chinese authorities to investigate these cases urgently and provide full disclosure on the results http://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/Media.aspx?IsMediaPage=true&LangID=E
Legislative Council (Legal Sector), Hong Kong: Gravely concerned and alarmed at the mass arrest, detention and disappearance of lawyers in China https://www.facebook.com/cpdenniskwok/photos/a.580150172012856.141094.475382142489660/1154468527914348/?type=1&theater
Government of Canada: Gravely concerned by the ongoing detention, arrest, interrogation or disappearance of lawyers and activists who defend the legal rights of Chinese citizens; calls on China to respect its human rights obligations, to release the lawyers and activists in detention, and to take important steps to implement and respect the rule of law in China
UK Law Society: Extremely concerned that an increasing number of Chinese lawyers being detained over the last few days; urges the immediate release; China must ensure that all persons detained are brought before a properly constituted court and any detention is sanction by such a court
The Foreign Correspondent’s Club, Hong Kong: Gravely concerned at the Chinese government’s continuing crackdown on human rights lawyers, legal workers and civil society activists; calls on the authorities to immediately halt their suppression of human rights lawyers; allow them to continue with their work in protecting the civil liberties of all Chinese citizens
Law Council of Australia: Expressed deep concern at reports of a “major crackdown” in China
Taipei Bar Association: Call on China to oblige with UN principles regarding lawyer’s practice and human rights; stop the intervention or sanction against lawyers; grant the procedural fairness to human rights lawyers
Amnesty International: Public petition organized by branches in Taiwan, Hong Kong, UK and Japan
Australian Government: Concerned by reports that Chinese authorities have recently detained over 100 human rights lawyers; urge China to release all those detained for peacefully exercising these rights, or for lawfully defending others that have been detained for exercising these rights
Humanitarian China For a humane Chinese society (San Francisco, US): Establish the “Chinese Human Rights Lawyers’ Fund” to serve the Chinese human rights lawyers and rights defenders who have been persecuted since July 9
Hong Kong Bar Association: Express deep concerns about the recent crackdown; calls upon the relevant mainland authorities strictly to conform to due process in the course of investigation and enforcement actions, respect the fundamental rights of legal professionals, and refrain from harassing and, without good cause, arresting or detaining legal professionals
13 Former Chairmen of Hong Kong Bar Association and others: Hold a worldwide signature campaign for human rights lawyers
Taiwan Bar Association: Points out that China’s recent crackdown has been adversely affecting China’s human rights and rule of law development; express their concern; calls on the government to follow the UN obligations
(Netherlands) Lawyers for Lawyers and other 24 international organizations: Strongly condemn the recent unprecedented and seemingly wellcoordinated detention of a large number of human rights lawyers in China; request the immediate release of lawyers, law firm staff and human rights defenders; request that those arrested will be protected from any future control measures typically used against human rights lawyers in China\
International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute: Gravely concern about the reports