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From Radio Free Asia, “ 纪念曹顺利逝世一周年 民间社会面临严峻挑战 ”: 总部设在纽约的 中国人权 组织星期六发布新闻稿,“纪念曹顺利逝世一周年、民间社会面临严峻挑战”。新闻稿表示,在维权人士曹顺利逝世一周年之际,中国人权对她深表怀念和敬意。曹顺利因长期不懈地呼吁中国政府扩大施政的透明度,并要求公民参与国家人权进程的权利而遭受迫害。 See HRIC press work on Cao Shunli ( 曹顺利)
An international jury of ten prominent human rights organizations has selected the late Cao Shunli ( 曹 顺利 ) as one of three finalists for the 2014 Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders . The award recognizes defenders who have shown deep commitment to human rights in the face of great...
On March 20, during the Human Rights Council’s consideration of China’s Universal Periodic Review outcome report, China exhibited a hostility towards civil society voices that made clear its determination to control who can speak, and the content and form of that expression. When an NGO attempted...
On March 14, 2014, Cao Shunli ’s (曹顺利) family arrived at the 309 Military Hospital in Beijing to find that Cao had already died . Since she was transferred there from an emergency medical center on February 20, she had been on a ventilator and non-responsive. There have been growing concerns...
The statement condemns the Chinese government’s persecution of Cao Shunli that led to her death and lists the following demands: Investigate and make public details of Cao’s detention and her condition between September 14, 2013 and the time of her death; Investigate and make public the cause and...
Human rights defender Cao Shunli ( 曹顺利) died today in Beijing. Cao, who had been in police custody since September 2013 and suffering from various medical conditions, was admitted to intensive care at the Beijing Qinghe 999 Hospital last month, and later transferred to the 309 Military Hospital...
Open Government Information requests submitted by human rights defender Cao Shunli ’s lawyer, Wang Yu (王宇) and another lawyer, Liu Weiguo (刘卫国) . In the requests, the lawyers press the Chaoyang District Detention Center in Beijing to disclose information concerning its handling of Cao's medical...


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