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Citizen Participation (公民参与)

专题 : 加强监控境外NGO政策被指大倒退 (Special topic: increased monitoring of overseas NGOs seen as a great setback)
Radio Free Asia, May 20, 2015

Considering the foreign NGO law from the perspective of national security
Phoenix News, May 11, 2015


HRIC Law Note: Draft Law on Foreign NGOs Undermines Chinese Civil Society and China’s International Engagement
Human Rights in China, May 21, 2015

Feedback and Suggestions on the “Overseas NGO Management Law of the People’s Republic of China (Draft)” (Second reading)
Anthony Spires (translated by China Development Brief), May 20, 2015 境外非政府组织管理法(草案二次审议稿)全文 (Overseas NGO Draft Law Foreign NGO Management Law (2nd draft for review)) [Proposed Overseas NGO Draft Law foreign NGO management law now open for public comment]
The National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China

Interview with Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei: “The State is scared”
Der Spiegel, May 20, 2015

China holds two activists linked to Heilongjiang shooting death
Radio Free Asia, May 21, 2015

These Chinese people want high-speed rail so badly they are fighting police to get it
Foreign Policy, May 19, 2015

拒发护照--中国打压异议的强力工具 (Denial of passports: A powerful tool to suppress dissent in China)
Deutsche Welle, May 21, 2015拒发护照-中国打压异议的强力工具/a-18463764

信息公开 引导公众参与环境保护(Open government information leads to public participation in environmental protection)
China Radio International, May 20, 2015


Environmental Protection Law of the People's Republic of China
The National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China

河北回迁房烂尾300业主维权遭抓打 (Replacements for demolished buildings left unfinished in Hebei: 300 proprietors and activists protest, some beaten and picked up by police)
Radio Free Asia, May 20, 2015

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