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Human Rights
1671-4016
2013 Issue 2
Give Women Their Due
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Human Rights Progress As a Matter of Fact
SHEN TONG a researcher at the School of Laws in Tianjin-based Nankai University.
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SPOTLIGHTS
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The Rapid Development of the Cause of Human Rights in China
HUANG MENGFU;Vice Chairman of the CPPCC & Chairman of the China Foundation for Human Rights Development
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Human Rights Record of the United States in 2012
INFORMATION OFFICE OF THE STATE COUNCIL OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
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Latest Results on Studying the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
XIAO BAOXING a doctoral candidate in human rights law at the China University of Political Science and Law.
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On the Relationship between Human Rights Protection and Economic Development
WANG LIFENG an associate professor at the Party School of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.
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publicizing china s human rights a case study on human rights white papers
LIU PENG an associate professor at the CPC Guangdong Provincial Party School.
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Contributions of the 18th CPC National Congress to Innovation and Development of Human Rights Theories
LIU BO an associate professor at the Beijing Academy of Social Sciences.
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fabricated picture can t hide the truth
SHAN CHU a Beijing-based scholar of international relations.
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Consider Science, Technology, Environment and Human Rights as a Whole to Achieve Scientific Development
Luo Haocai President of the China Society for Human Rights Studies
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