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China Rights Forum HRIC’s semiannual bilingual journal about Human Rights in China.
CHRD: China: “Too Risky to Call Ourselves Defenders”: CHRD Annual Report on the Situation of Human Rights Defenders in China (2015) -> Article,Feb 16, 2016 ... 2015 will go down in history as the year that Chinese authorities launched an unprecedented attack on China’s human rights lawyers....
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Among the Chinese HRDs persecuted in 2015 (clockwise from top left): activist Wu Gan (吴淦), activist Su Changlan (苏昌兰), rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang (浦志强), NGO director He Xiaobo (何晓波), rights lawyer Wang Yu (王宇), and activist Tang Jingling (唐荆陵). Photo CHRD
“Our impact may be large, may be small, and may be nothing. But we must try. It is our duty to the dispossessed and it is the right of civil society.” – Cao Shunli
Leading activist Cao Shunli (曹顺利) sadly passed away on March 14, 2014 (photo: CHRD)
CHRD: Cao Shunli Memorial Award for Human Rights Defenders -> Three rights groups in China launched an annual award to support human rights work in honor of activist Cao Shunli (曹顺利), who died on March 14, 2014, after being denied medical treatment for five months in detention. Human Rights Campaign in China (权利运动), Civil Rights & Livelihood Watch (民生观察), and Rights Defense Network (维权网) will bestow an award to a Chinese human rights defender on March 14 each year, which has been designated by some Chinese activists as “Human Rights Defenders Day” to mark the day Cao Shunli passed away.
CHRD: Film paying tribute to Cao Shunli, Oct 8, 2014 -> “Her spirit is not dead. Documentary”
Electronic version with Bios, Photos and Video -> Martin Ennals Award 2014 Press Kit, von Naethai Naethai (Dovana)
CHRD: Cao Shunli & Her Legacy -> March 28, 1961 – March 14, 2014
Externe Links zu China
Human Rights in China -> http://www.hrichina.org
Human Rights in China (HRIC), founded by Chinese students and scholars in March 1989, is an international, Chinese, nongovernmental organization with a mission to promote international human rights and advance the institutional protection of these rights in the People’s Republic of China. HRIC’s board and staff include Chinese, North American, and European individuals devoted to fostering greater space for democratic reforms and social justice.
Chinese Human Rights Defenders -> nchrd.org ->
Chinese Human Rights Defenders (CHRD) is a network of Chinese and international activists promoting human rights and empowering rights defenders in China. A non-governmental organization, CHRD provides logistical support and capacity building services to human rights advocates, monitors human rights developments, and assists victims of human rights abuses. CHRD advocates the peaceful realization of human rights protection through democratization and rule of law reform.
The Dui Hua Foundation -> http://www.duihua.org
Dui Hua’s mission is to bring clemency and better treatment to at-risk detainees through mutually respectful dialogue with China. Established in 1999, our work has gained credibility with government officials, the media, and the people we serve. Dui Hua started with a request by founder and Executive Director John Kamm—then a successful businessman in Hong Kong—to release a political prisoner involved in the 1989 Tiananmen incident. Since then, Dui Hua has helped hundreds of prisoners; built productive relationships with China, the US, and EU; and gained Special Consultative Status with the UN.
China Change -> http://chinachange.org/
ChinaChange.org is a website devoted to news and commentary related to civil society, rule of law, and rights activities in China. It works with China’s democracy advocates to bring their voices into English and to help the rest of the world understand what people are thinking and doing to effect change in China.
Photo from CHRD article
Human Rights Watch News: China -> http://www.hrw.org/search/apachesolr_search/china?filters=type%3Anews
Human Rights Watch World Report 2015
Radio Free Asia: Berichte und Nachrichten: China (Englisch) http://www.rfa.org/english/news/china
Radio Free Asia’s mission is to provide accurate and timely news and information to Asian countries whose governments prohibit access to a free press.
BBC: How China is ruled -> http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-13904437
Flow Chart about how China is governed
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