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Empirical Human Rights Studies Contribute to Building a Society Under the Rule of Law
September 11,2014   By:CSHRS
-- Summary of the Fifth National Meeting for the Exchange of Work Experience Among Human Rights Research Institutions

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Symposium on work experience

From Nov. 5 to 6, 2013, the China Society for Human Rights Studies (CSHRS) held the Fifth National Meeting for the Exchange of Work Experience Among Human Rights Research Institutions at Wuhan University. More than 100 experts and scholars, focusing on empirical human rights studies and their contribution to building a society based on the rule of law, shared their work experience and discussed effective strategies. CSHRS President Luo Haocai, who served as vice chairman of the 10th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, Lu Guangjin, bureau chief of the State Council Information Office, CSHRS Vice President Chen Shiqiu, honorary members of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Li Buyun and Liu Hainian, Prof. Li Long of Wuhan University and Dean Xiao Yongping of the Law School of Wuhan University attended the meeting. Wuhan University President Li Xiaohong and Luo Yuting, deputy secretary of the Communist Party of China Wuhan University Committee, also attended the opening ceremony of the meeting, which was hosted by CSHRS and supported by the Public Welfare and Development Law Research Center at Wuhan University.

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