The recently published ASPI-report “Uyghurs for sale” discloses that supply chains of major brands are linked to Uyghur forced labor. The researchers refer to company supplier lists, satellite images, media reports and other scientific sources. Since 2017, the Chinese government has interned about one million Uyghurs in camps in the western province of Xinjiang. According to Beijing’s interpretation, these are “training centers” in which members of the Muslim minority would be “deradicalized” and “qualified”. Following the report, however, it is extremely difficult for Uyghurs to refuse or escape from those facilities. The fear of arbitrary detention, which threatens members of the minority, is added to constant surveillance.