Sponsored Project

Hard To Believe Outreach Campaign

Ken Stone
Kay Rubacek, Irene Silber

"Hard To Believe" is a documentary film that investigates the killing of prisoners of conscience for their organs in China and questions why so little is being done to stop it, despite the volumes of evidence available.

The "Hard To Believe” Outreach Campaign is educating medical and health students and professionals about organ transplant abuse in China. Through film screenings, discussion groups, and educational resources, the campaign is helping to stop the crime of organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience, and to prevent it from occurring again, anywhere in the world.

The goals of the campaign are to:1. Educate medical and health professionals and students about the evidence and resources available on the crime of organ harvesting in China.

2. Inspire open discussion and debate around the issue and positive solutions to stop and prevent further abuse.

3. Advocate for transparency from Chinese authorities to allow unfettered access for full investigation.

4. Advocate for the transplantation community to make a acknowledge the distinction between criminal prisoners and prisoners of conscience within China's system.

"Hard to Believe" is a fiscally sponsored project of the International Documentary Association (IDA), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Contributions on behalf of Hard to Believe are payable to IDA and are tax deductible as allowed by law.