Committee of 100 Global Chinese Philanthropy Symposium held in Beijing
The Committee of 100 Global Chinese Philanthropy Symposium was held in Beijing on the 8th of July 2016. The Committee of 100 is a membership organization of prominent Chinese Americans dedicated to serving as a bridge between the cultures and systems of China and America. One of its dual missions is to promote constructive dialogue and relationships between the peoples and leaders of the United States and Greater China. This year’s symposium in Beijing was commissioned by the United Nation Secretary-general, Ban Ki-moon, so that it can help launch the United Nations Global Charity Program in China. Over 100 guests attended the Symposium, including the Former British Prime Minister Gordon …read more
The Internet helps to connect NGOs in northwestern China
The newly launched Northwestern NGO Resource Community is an online and offline network that connects NGOs in Ningxia, Gansu, Shaanxi, Xinjiang and Qinghai, the five provinces of China’s vast and remote Northwest. The project was started by five social organizations based in the region, the Ningxia Youth Social Innovation Development Center, the Gansu Yishanyishui Center for Environmental and Social Development, the Shannxi Puhui Youth Social Development Center, the Xinjiang Volunteer Philanthropy Union, and the Qinghai Minhe Embroidery Association, with the goal of integrating information and sharing resources. It will allow them to use the Internet to connect with each other and their work, and also provide a great opportunity to …read more
The fourth Cross-Straits Charity Forum opens in Xiamen
The Fourth Cross-Straits Charity Forum kicked off in Xiamen, Southern China, on June the 11th. The Forum was hosted by eight organizations, including the well-known Song Qing foundation, the Hong Kong Volunteer Union, and the Chinese Cultural Promotion Association (Taiwan). Over 300 delegates from a wide range of charity groups in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan were in attendance. The keynote speeches of the forum focused on community charity and community building, youth charity and social development, and innovation in the information age. Professor Ming Wang from the Charity Research Institute at Tsinghua University talked about the possibility of promoting cross-straits communication and developing close cooperation in the field …read more
Lawyers’ Tips for INGOs: How to Conduct Future Activities in Mainland China
In this article two NGO lawyers set out to answer some of the most common questions on how China’s new Overseas NGO Law will affect the cooperation between international and Chinese NGOs and the activities of overseas NGOs in China.
Revised Regulations on Foundation Management released online for public consultation
The draft of the Revised Regulations on the Management of Foundations has been published on the Ministry of Civil Affairs website for public consultation. The content of the Draft is displayed on the website in full. There are three ways to send your comment to the Ministry of Civil Affairs of the People’s Republic of China: 1. Visit the website of the Ministry of Civil Affairs (http://www.mca.gov.cn), click Feedback (互动), go down to the public consultation section (征求意见), click the link to Draft Regulation on Foundation Management, and submit your comment online. 2. Write an email to email@example.com 3. Write a letter and send it to the Legislative Affairs Commission …read more
China’s Philanthropy Development 2015 in a Nutshell
We here republish the abstract from the Chinese Academy of Social Science’s annual “Blue Book of Philanthropy” for 2016. The abstract summarises some of the blue book’s conclusions on the state of Chinese philanthropy over the previous year.