China Extends Its Clampdown on Foreign Nonprofits
Ken Bredemeier, VOICE OF AMERICA
Beijing has extended its clampdown on the activities of 7,000 international nonprofit groups in China, its latest effort aimed at curbing foreign influences in the country. Many of the estimated 200 permitted activities are non-controversial, such as work in water conservation, disaster response, and vocational training. But the restrictions also cover issues such as legal services, gender equality, disability rights, and the rule of law.
Independent Journalism in China Struggles to Survive
Sarah Cook, THE DIPLOMAT
Chinese journalists have long operated in one of the world’s most restrictive media environments, but conditions for …read more
Source: Victims of Communism