May. 2007
April 28,2015   By:Chinahumanrights.org

May 10
The Third National Council of China Society for Human Rights Studies (CSHRS) held its first session in Beijing. Luo Haocai, the Vice-chairman of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, was elected the new president of CSHRS.

May 10
China's first professional religious bookstore -- Beijing Zhongwen Bookstore opened in Beijing.

May 12
The Seventh Games of the Disabled of the PRC started in Kunming, Yunnan Province.

May 13
Reporters learned from the State Ethnic Affairs Commission that, at present, China has more than 100 schools to recruit about 20,000 minority students annually for preparatory classes and minority classes. Preparatory classes are also set up in ethnic academies affiliated to the State Ethnic Affairs Commission.

May 15
All-China Federation of Trade Unions issued "2006 Blue Book on safeguarding of rights and interests of workers by Chinese trade unions".

May 16
State Council held a national meeting on subsidizing students with family economic difficulties. The work of establishing and improving the policy system of subsidizing students with family economic difficulties was fully deployed. State Councilor Chen Zhili attended the meeting and gave a speech.

May 21
The Central Committee of the Communist Youth League of China, associated with Publicity Department of CCCPC, Office for Comprehensive Improvement, and Office for Spiritual Civilization, initiated the campaign of minor protection.

May 22
The People's Bank of China promulgated the information that, until the end of this March, there had been 24 provinces (cities) launched the loan business to aid students from their sources, and 13 of them have introduced management methods for this kind of loan business.

May 23
Ministry of Civil Affairs published that by the end of 2006, there had been 4.626 million people enjoyed national compensation and subsidy, 23,000 more than the previous year, an increase of 0.5%.

May 27
National Youth Employment and Business-initiating Training Service Center, initiated and sponsored by the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League of China, co-hosted by Beijing City College and Beijing Association of Private Education, was established in Beijing.

May 29
The Training Class of Human Rights Knowledge for Cadres from CCCPC and State Organs, sponsored by the State Council Information Office, hosted by the Information Office of Jiangxi Province, started in the International Academic Exchange Center of Nanchang University.


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