Building National Level Human Rights Bases and Popularization Centers
December 04,2014   By:CSHRS

By Chen Yugang

Building national human rights education and training bases is part of China’s human rights development, which shows the strong will of the Chinese government for promoting human rights and strengthening human rights protection. Such an action is not only a practical measure for implementing international human rights action plans, but also a practice of the Chinese government in respecting and implementing relevant international obligations set by the United Nations.

We feel a great sense of honor and a big responsibility in becoming one of the second group of five national human rights education and training bases.


Respecting human rights is respecting people’s dignity and value. Human rights are a concept, a form of practical interests with economic, social, cultural and ecological aspects, a modern way of state governance and an important symbol of social civilization and advancement. Under the leadership of the Communist Party of China, the Chinese government sticks to the principle of putting people first and advocates an integrated concept of human rights that is inseparable, interdependent as well as promotes and goes along with each other. China adheres to the concept that the government plays a leading role, all social forces cooperate with each other, individuals actively take part and legal protection is ensured. Gradual progress based on the real conditions of Chinese society has drawn attention from the world. The 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China has further deepened reform and opening-up, promoted democratic and legal construction and modernized state governance, enhanced coordinated development in the political, economic, social, cultural and ecological aspects, and lifted China’s human rights development to a higher level.

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