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List of Chinese Laws Human Rights in China 中国人权 HRIC

Details: Passport Law of the People's Republic of China. Regional National Autonomy Law of the People's Republic of China. Sea Islands Protection Law of the People's Republic of China. Maternal and Infant Health Care Law of the People's Republic of China. Protection of Disabled Persons Law of the People's Republic of China.

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Frequently Used Chinese Laws and Regulations Human

Details: Please see below for links to some of the more frequently referred to laws and regulations on our website, grouped by topic. (For a full list of the laws that are available on our website, please see here, and for a full topical index, please see here).. Constitution of the People's Republic of China

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Chinese Law Resources Human Rights in China 中国人权 HRIC

Details: The use of state security and state secrets laws to restrict procedural due process protections further contributes to politicized and opaque decision-making processes, especially in cases deemed sensitive by the authorities. As with any legal system, China’s is under continuous revision and development.

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Relevant Chinese Law Human Rights in China 中国人权 HRIC

Details: Article 105 (2): Whoever incites others by spreading rumors or slanders or any other means to subvert the State power or overthrow the socialist system shall be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of not more than five years, criminal detention, public surveillance or deprivation of political rights; and the ringleaders and the others who commit major crimes shall be sentenced to fixed-term

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Resources Human Rights in China 中国人权 HRIC

Details: HRIC’s legal resources focus on the laws, regulations, and policies that most directly impact human rights in China. In addition to providing full texts of the relevant laws, in both Chinese and English where available, we include analysis and reports on key issues and developments such as China’s state secrets framework, the 2012 revision of the Criminal Procedure Law, challenges facing

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Home Human Rights in China 中国人权 HRIC

Details: On the occasion of the sixth anniversary of the 709 Crackdown, Human Rights in China (HRIC) honors Chinese women rights defenders by highlighting the activism of nine notable women who have been steadfast in fighting against suppression by the authorities. The nine are pictured above (from left to right, starting on the top row): ZHANG Zhan

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Protection of Minors Law of the People's Republic of China

Details: Protection of Minors Law of the People's Republic of China. Simplified Chinese (250.34 KB) Traditional Chinese (413.44 KB) Get Involved. Donate Now! Subscribe to HRIC Updates and HRIC Daily Brief. Visit Our YouTube Channel. Follow Us on Twitter. Like Our Facebook Page.

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HRIC annotated bilingual chart of The Law of the People’s

Details: measures outside of those authorized by existing HKSAR laws (Art. 43); and the extraterritorial application of the law to permanent HKSAR residents and bodies registered in the HKSAR (Art. 37) and to non-permanent residents outside the HKSAR committing acts “against the HKSAR” (Art. 38).

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New Regulations Implementing State Secrets Law Offer No

Details: China’s State Secrets legal framework is made up of three main levels of laws, regulations, and rules. At the highest level, the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Guarding States Secrets (State Secrets Law) sets out the overarching legal framework for the state secrets system. The current State Secrets Law (revised in 2010) reflects

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HRIC Publications Human Rights in China 中国人权 HRIC

Details: A groundbreaking analysis of China’s media censorship system, including the laws, the control and classification mechanisms, the press, and the developing Internet information management policy. He Qinglian (何清涟) is an economist from China and is the author of several books, including China’s Pitfall.

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Onslaught of “Rule of Law” with Chinese Characteristics on

Details: Article 18 states, “National laws shall not be applied in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region,” except for national laws relating to defense and foreign affairs. The provision also allows Beijing to order the application of national laws in times of “turmoil” and a …

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Fifth Anniversary of 709 Crackdown: Updated Chart of

Details: Last updated: July 9, 2020 The 709 Crackdown affected some 300 lawyers and legal and rights advocates. Below is a chart that summarizes the charges against them, their sentences, and their status as of July 2020. (The order of the case listing in the

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China and the ILO Human Rights in China 中国人权 HRIC

Details: The two laws most closely pertaining to the ILO Mandate passed by the Chinese government since 1983, the Trade Union Law (1992) and the Labor Law (1995), have certainly been influenced by the ILO s technical assistance programs. However, both violate core ILO principles.

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Too Soon to Concede the Future: The Implementation of The

Details: Aside from very different promulgation contexts, these other Hong Kong laws referenced need rigorous examination as they serve different legislative objectives, target different problems, and their implementation provisions appear in some cases to conflict with NSL provisions, e.g., the rank of police officer required for approvals of certain

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About Us Human Rights in China 中国人权 HRIC

Details: Sharon Hom, Executive Director and Professor of Law Emerita (CUNY School of Law), leads HRIC’s human rights and media advocacy, as well as strategic policy engagement with NGOs, governments, and multi-stakeholder initiatives.Sharon Hom taught law for 18 years, including training judges, lawyers, and law teachers at eight law schools in China over a 14-year period in the 1980s and 1990s.

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Torture in China Human Rights in China 中国人权 HRIC

Details: Yet according to HRIC s assessment of current laws, policies and practice, China has failed to act upon the majority of the Committee s 1996 recommendations, most particularly that it enact a law defining the crime of torture in terms consistent with Article 1 of the Convention.

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UN Treaty Bodies and China Human Rights in China 中国人权 …

Details: UN Treaty Bodies are committees of experts charged with monitoring the implementation of the nine core international human rights treaties.Each of these international human rights treaties establishes a committee of independent experts, who are nominated and elected by state parties and serve in a personal capacity.

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HRIC annotated bilingual chart of The Law of the People’s

Details: This act bypasses the Hong Kong Legislative Council (LegCo), which is empowered by the Basic Law to formulate and pass laws for the HKSAR, and contravenes the Basic Law’s provision that only national laws relating to defense and foreign affairs may be inserted into Annex III.

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ARTICLE 23 AND THE ATTACK ON HUMAN RIGHTS

Details: laws.As a result,it makes a Hong Kong organization subject to prohibition through a Mainland political decision.In addi-tion,the draft bill’s recommended designation of an organiza-tion as “subordinate”is not limited to local organizations under the direct or indirect control of a Mainland organiza-

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State Secrets: China's Legal Labyrinth Human Rights in

Details: In addition to an extensive compilation of laws, regulations, and official documents, many in English translation for the first time, this report includes concrete recommendations relating to governance, legislative amendments, and promoting China’s compliance with and implementation of its international human rights obligations.

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Implementation of the Convention on the Elimination of All

Details: Gaps are exacerbated by inadequate implementing mechanisms built into the legal system, as for cases of domestic violence in China. Despite the numerous laws cited in the PRC report promulgated to implement articles under the Convention, these gaps negatively impact the effective implementation of CEDAW in the PRC. Summary of key issues by article

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Charter 08 Human Rights in China 中国人权 HRIC

Details: But so far, this political progress has largely remained on paper: there are laws, but there is no rule of law; there is a constitution, but no constitutional government; this is still the political reality that is obvious to all. The ruling elite continues to insist on its authoritarian grip on power, rejecting political reform.

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China Issues New Regulations on Mobile Text and Voice

Details: Relevant departments shall deal with the acts in violation of these regulations in accordance with relevant laws and regulations. Article 10. These regulations shall enter into force on the date of promulgation. (Translation updated August 12, 2014) See two other translations:

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China's National Security Law: The Danger of an All

Details: An important effect of the National Security Law and other complementary laws is to shift the focus of national security protection from criminal law to administrative law, and from punishment to prevention and risk control. High profile political trials will, in this situation, slowly …

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STATE SECRETS: CHINA’S LEGAL LABYRINTH

Details: Laws and Regulations of the PRC is the rather vague term . This literally translates as “National Protection of State Secrets Work Department,” but it does, in fact, also refer to the “National Administration for the Protection of State Secrets.” Therefore, when translating this term in the various laws and regula-

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Open letter on the rule of law in China Human Rights in

Details: The same laws that allow the arbitrary deprivation of liberty of lawyers, public interest advocates, housing rights activists, and Christians in China’s wealthy eastern areas are further refined and weaponised against ethnic and religious minorities in the west of the country, including Tibet, where international access is a significant concern.

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China and the United Nations Human Rights in China 中国人权

Details: Since its admission to the United Nations (UN) in 1971, China has been an increasingly active participant in the UN system. China is the sixth largest contributor to the UN regular budget, as well as its peacekeeping operations. In addition, it is one of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, and currently holds a seat on the UN

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Open Letter to IOC President Thomas Bach and Response

Details: * This current mass campaign targeting lawyers—key actors to ensure the integrity of a legal system—demonstrates that the government of China is not even respecting its own laws, especially laws protecting freedom of expression, rights of lawyers, and the due process rights of individuals in the criminal justice system.

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Globalization and the violation of environmental justice

Details: In April 1996, for example, tough new laws were formulated and implemented, making the trade in certain wastes punishable by up to ten years in prison or a fine of 500,000 yuan. And shortly after the Chinese government proclaimed its Go West (Xibu da kaifa) policy, encouraging investment in the poor western provinces and autonomous regions of

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NGOs to Kerry and Lew: Raise Human Rights Concerns in

Details: If adopted, these laws will at a minimum make the activities of US-based civil society groups, foundations, and universities subject to the approval of China’s Ministry of Public Security; establish a counterterrorism structure with enormous discretionary power and a system of total digital surveillance; and entitle parts of China’s

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Call on China to ensure the right to a fair trial Human

Details: As a right stipulated by both domestic and international laws, the protection of the right to fair trial without is a legal obligation that the Chinese government must uphold. We remind the government that any further trespass of the rule of law and the basic human rights of individuals will result in perpetuating the country’s reputation for

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Racial Discrimination Human Rights in China 中国人权 HRIC

Details: Racial discrimination in the PRC Here we present a summary and excerpts of some sections of a HUMAN RIGHTS IN CHINA (HRIC) report submitted to the United Nations to assist in a review of the PRC s record on racial discrimination. The original report also included a major section on discrimination July 22, 2001. China Rights Forum.

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Hong Kong Program Work Human Rights in China 中国人权 HRIC

Details: Hong Kong Program Work. Since 1996, HRIC has maintained a programme presence in Hong Kong, facilitating our work on mainland human rights issues. HRIC also has a small Hong Kong office, and we actively engage in outreach to diverse groups, including the diplomatic, NGO, and academic communities. As the central Chinese government tightens its

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Emergency Powers and Crisis Reponses: Human Rights Risks

Details: 4 RIGHTS SECRIT INTERNATIONA 1.1. This COVID-19 civil society toolkit is designed to provide a guide for civil society organisations to anticipate emergency laws and policies; scrutinise, from a rights based perspective, the process by which these laws and policies are passed and their content;

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Implementation of the CRC in the PRC Human Rights in

Details: With only two laws that specifically address the protection and children’s rights, and other provisions relating to children scattered through PRC legislation, there is no comprehensive legal framework to implement the rights of the child. Because of this, “the child” is …

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Joint Letter to Biden Administration: Make Human Rights a

Details: When meeting with high-level Chinese officials, ask for the release of wrongfully detained individuals, for the reform of abusive laws, for internet and media freedom, and for international standards on human rights and fundamental freedoms to be upheld.

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Statement by Chinese Lawyers on Not Participating in

Details: Article 2 of the Law on Lawyers stipulates: “A lawyer shall protect the lawful rights and interests of parties, ensure the correct implementation of the law, and safeguard fairness and justice of the society”; Article 3 stipulates: “In his/her legal practice, a lawyer must abide by the Constitution and the laws.” According to …

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June Fourth Overview Human Rights in China 中国人权 HRIC

Details: June Fourth Overview. June Fourth refers to the June 3-4, 1989 government military crackdown that ended the large-scale, peaceful protests in Beijing and other cities that spring and early summer. Despite persistent citizen demands for the truth and an accounting of the bloodshed, the authorities have offered nothing beyond their

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CRIMINALIZING ETHNICITY: POLITICAL REPRESSION IN …

Details: State Security laws. 1 The U.S.launch of an international war on terrorism pre-sented the Chinese government with an opportunity to change its strategy on Xinjiang,and possibly gain wider support for its activities there.After years of denying any tension existed,the Chinese government suddenly initiated an active diplomatic

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TOO SOON TO CONCEDE THE FUTURE: THE …

Details: The Committee specifically identified issues related to laws on national security, anti-sedition and anti-terrorism and requested clarification of state of emergency and laws on national security, anti-sedition, and anti-terrorism, including information regarding: o the relationship between the Covenant and the National Security Law adopted on

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Enforcing the rural-urban divide Human Rights in China

Details: Although many legal scholars are now saying publicly that Custody and Repatriation (C&R) violates national laws, the police continue to insist that it is indispensable. Nicolas Becquelin describes a system that has grown rapidly and continues to cause systemic abuses of the rights of poor people who travel to China’s cities in search of work.

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Independence of Lawyers: The Role of Justice Bureaus and

Details: Under Chinese laws and regulations, lawyers and law firms must maintain professional licenses, subject to annual inspection and renewal through local bureaus and the Ministry. These requirements can be used as powerful means of control by the authorities. In fact, rights defense lawyers have accused judicial bureaus of using vague disciplinary

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China’s Internet Censorship System Human Rights in China

Details: China’s Internet censorship is chiefly aimed at controlling news about current politics and speech. On the one hand, China’s Internet censorship system is carried out by means of explicitly-worded administrative rules and legislation. On the other hand, it relies on the traditional Party propaganda departments to exercise control.

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Chinese MFA Spokesperson to Reporter: “Don’t Use the Law

Details: In response to a question about what law the foreign journalists who were roughed up by police on February 27 violated, Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Jiang Yu (姜瑜) said on March 3, 2011: “Don’t use the law as a shield.” Jiang made the statement at a regular press conference during which foreign journalists tried to obtain clarity about laws and regulations that govern them.

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Press Release: Revised ‘Lawyers Law’ Fails to Protect

Details: “While laws are being promulgated, they are poorly implemented, poorly enforced, and conveniently ignored the moment an official invokes state secrets.” The case involves Wang Minghui (王明辉) and Lin Shihuang (林师皇), detained by Haikou police on June 3 on suspicion of being in possession of writings critical of local authorities

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HRIC Internships Human Rights in China 中国人权 HRIC

Details: HRIC Internships. HRIC's internships offer direct, in-depth exposure to the workings of an international human rights organization. Interns are an integral part of the culture and work of our organization and have the opportunity to participate in HRIC's media and …

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