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Constructing an Environment for Sustainable Human Rights Development
  • Author:China Society for Human Rights Studies
  • ISBN:9787508527611
  • Press:China Intercontinental Press
  • Page:562
  • Publication date:2014
  • Price:148.00

Abstract

On Sept.12 and 13, 2013, China Society for Human Rights Studies and China Foundation for Human Rights Development jointly sponsored the Sixth Beijing Forum on Human Rights in Beijing. The forum was attended by nearly 100 people, including senior officials, experts and scholars on human rights from the United Nations and 33 countries and regions, diplomatic envoys of relevant countries in China, and experts and scholars on human rights in China.
 
Focusing on the theme”Constructing an Environment for Sustainable Human Rights Development,“ this forum discussed on three topics” Rule of law and human Right,” Social construction and human rights,” and“Regional security and human Rights.” The delegates conducted warm discussions focusing on the theme, and thought that the theme was in line with the current trend of the times and the human rights development requirements. The guarantee of human rights cannot be separated from given internal and external environments and institutional arrangement, and it is necessary to build up an order conducive to the full realization of human rights and develop a sustainable environment for human rights development, which are the emphasis of human rights guarantee. Governments and people of all countries have the obligations and responsibilities to build up environment and order conducive to realizing the human rights and ensure the sustainable development of human rights under the guidance of Universal Declaration of Human Rights. All delegates believed that for the topic of human rights, consideration shall be taken on both generality and special conditions of various countries with different history and different cultural background, and that we should recognize the diversity of human rights development  patterns, as there is no model to develop human rights generally applicable worldwide. Many foreign delegates spoke highly of the great achievements obtained by the Chinese Government in pushing ahead the human rights undertaking, noted the demonstrative role of the human rights development road of China, believing that by combining the  general principles of human rights with the reality in the country, China has taken a road to develop human rights different from that of western countries, pushing forward the continual progress of the human rights undertaking in China.
 
The forum received over 70 essays, which are collected in five parts by different themes. The essays only express the personal views of authors, and do not represent the viewpoints and opinions of China Society for Human Rights Studies.
 
China Society for Human Rights Studies
November 2013
Brief Introdution of the Author
The China Society for Human Rights Studies (CSHRS) is the largest national non-governmental organization in the field of human rights in China. It is a member of the United Nations Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations (CONGO), which enjoys a special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). It is included in the World Directory of Human Rights Research and Training Institutions compiled by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Contents
INTRODUCTION
 
OPTIMIZE ENVIRONMENT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS DEVELOPMENT, AND BOOST SUSTAINABLE HUMAN RIGHTS DEVELOPMENT
Luo Haocai…………………………002
 
AN ADDRESS ON THE OPENING CEREMONY OF THE SIXTH BEIJING FORUM ON HUMAN RIGHTS
Huang Mengfu…………………………008
 
AN ADDRESS ON THE OPENING CEREMONY OF THE SIXTH BEIJING FORUM ON HUMAN RIGHTS
Cai Mingzhao…………………………014
 
AN ADDRESS ON THE CLOSING CEREMONY OF THE SIXTH BEIJING FORUM ON HUMAN RIGHTS
Ye Xiaowen…………………………019
 
RULE 0F LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS
 
RULE 0F LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN DAUDI ARABIA 
Othman Ibrahim AI-Ahmad (Saudi Arabia)…………………………026
 
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE RULE OF LAW
Fernando Alberto CalIe Hayen (Peru)…………………………029
 
ON THE VALUE OF LEGALIZATION OF POLITICAL PARTICIPATION FOR POPROTECTING HUMAN RIGHTS
Chen Youwu (China)…………………………036
 
THE RULE OF LAW, HUMAN RIGHTS, AND SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
Eric De Brabandere (The Netherlands)…………………………043
 
RUSSIAN HUMAN RIGHTS EXERCISE: OPPOSITION TO THE POLITICIZATION AND “DOUBLE STANDARDS” IN THE FIELD OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Konstantin Dolgov (Russia)…………………………057
 
HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTlON AND LEGAL SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION IN PRISONS 0F CHINA
Feng Jiancang (China)…………………………062
 
MACRO-CHARACTERISTICS OF HUMAN RIGHTS LEGAL PRINCIPLES FOR ETHNIC MINORITIES IN NEW CHINA
Han Xiaobing and Shesrab Nyima (China)…………………………073
 
THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM GUARANTEE AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION 0F HUMAN RIGHTS IN REPUBLIC 0F KOREA
Kim Youngkye (Korea)…………………………083
 
RULE 0F LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS: UKRAINIAN PERSPECTIVE
Bogdan Kryklyvenko (Ukraine)…………………………087
 
ACCURATE EVALUATIONS ON CHINA’S HUMAN RIGHTS LEGISLATION DURING THE HISTORICAL PERIODS BEFORE AND AFTER THE REFORM AND 0PENING-UP
Li Shi’an (China)…………………………100
 
JUDICATURE IS A RELIABLE GUARANTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Li Xiao (China)…………………………107
 
STRENGTHENING LEGAL SUPERVISl0N TO PROMOTE HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION
Li Zhongcheng (China)…………………………115
 
LAWS, AS AN INTEGRAL WHOLE, PROMOTE THE CAUSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Liu Huawen (China)…………………………121
 
RIGHTS, RULE 0F LAW, AND CIVIC VIRTUE: AN ANALYSIS BASED ON LETTERS AND VISITS PETITION SYSTEM
Meng Qingtao (China)…………………………130
 
RULE OF LAW: ENABLING ENVIRONMENT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS GUARANTEES
Yvonne Mokgoro (South Africa)…………………………136
 
STRENGTHENING OF RULE OF LAW IN MONGOLIA AND IMPLEMENTATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS
Ganbayar Nanzad (Mongolia)…………………………140
 
HUMAN RIGHTS, THE RULE OF LAW AND THE VALUES OF LIVING TOGETHER
Christophe Peschoux (UN)…………………………146
 
REASONABLE LEGISLATION: THE OVERLAP BETWEEN RULE OF LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Elisabeth Steiner (Austria)…………………………151
 
INTERROGATING HUMAN RIGHTS IN AISA: PRINCIPLES, POLITICS AND PRAGMATISM (A VIEW FROM SINGAPORE) 
Thio Li-ann (Singapore) …………………………161
 
ON THE ROLE OF CHINA’S LETTERS AND VISITS PETITION SYSTEM IN HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION
Yang Chengming and Yi Hui (China)…………………………170
 
GOOD TOOLS NECESSARY IN DOING A GOOD JOB: ON THE ROLES OF LEGISLATION AND SUPERVISION WORK OF PEOPLE’S CONGRESS IN ENHANCING AND PROTECTIN HUMAN RIGHTS 
Zhang Wei (China)…………………………180
 
THE RULE OF LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Zhang Xiaoling and Liu Yuhui (China)…………………………186
 
BRING RGHTS BACK TO YOUR COUNTRY AND HOME: ALSO ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS
Zhu Liyu (China)…………………………194
 
ON PROTECTION N OF HUMAN RIGHTS UNDER THE RULE OF LAW
Zhu Xiaoqing (China)…………………………198
 
SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION AND HUMAN RIGHTS
 
ATTEMPTSTO IMPROVE URBAN POOR’S ACCESS TO LIVEABLE HOUSING IN INDIA
Rumi Aijaz (India)…………………………208
 
MEDIA AND HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION – A PROBE INTO THE POSSIBILITY FOR NEWS COVERAGE FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF HUMAN RIGHTS FRAMEWORK
Bu Wei (China)…………………………219
 
BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS DEVELOPMENT
Pearl Bull Brown (Liberia)…………………………228

CONSTRUCT A SUSTAINABLE HUMAN RIGHTS DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT, PRACTICALLY RESPECT AND GUARANTEE HUMAN RIGHTS 
Chen Shiqiu (China)…………………………231
 
FOOD SOVEREIGNTY AND SMALLHOLDER STAND
Dong Zhenghua (China)…………………………235
 
THE PRACTICE OF HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION IN CHINA’S COMMUNITY CONSTRUCTION
Fang Guangshun and Jin Peng (China)…………………………242
 
DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN IN THE FIELD OF POLITICAL PARTICIPATION FROM A HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE: THE CASE OF CHILE 
Maria de los Angeles Fernandez (Chile)…………………………252
 
ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN MACAU FROM THE PERSPECTIVES OF RESIDENTS’ OUAUTY 0F LIFE AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
Ieong Tou Hong (Macau, China)…………………………259
 
HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES IN INDONESIA’S DEMOCRATIC TRANSITION
Ruth Nina Marsaulina Kedang (Indonesia)…………………………267
 
SOCIAL CONSTRUCTl0N IN NATIONAL MINOITY AREAS: HELPING TIBETANS TO DEVELOP THEIR ECONOMY IN ORDER TO PRESERVE AND DEVELOP THEIR LANGUAGE, CUITURE AND RELIGION
Otto Kolbl (Switzerland)…………………………273
 
HUMAN RIGHTS AND SOCIETY: GLOBALIZATION PERSPECTIVE
Rose-Marie Kouo (Cameroon)…………………………284
 
MIGRATION FOR PROSPERITY: HUMAN RIGHTS THEORY AND PRACTICE REFLECTED IN THE WHOLE-VILLAGE RELOCATION OF ETHNIC MINORITIES IN LINCANG, YUNAN PROVINCE
Li Erping (China)…………………………291
 
THE CHNESE DREAM: A DREAM OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF CHINESE PEOPLE
Li Junru (China)…………………………297
 
THE PRINCIPLE OF GENDER EQUALITY MANIFESTED IN CHINA'S SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM AND RELEVANT PROBLEMS
Lu Haina (China)…………………………303
 
TO IMPLEMENT A MORE POSITIVE EMPLOYMENT POLICY, AND PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHINESE HUMAN RIGHTS UNDERTAKING
Mo Rong (China)…………………………311
 
CONSTRUCTING AN ENVIRONMENT FOR SUSTAINABLE HUMAN RIGHTS DEVELOPMENT: THE EXPERIENCE OF UZBEKISTAN
Akmal kholmatovich Saidov (Uzbekistan)…………………………316
 
ENHANCE THE WORK ON SOCIAL WELFARE IN ALL ASPECTS.AND PRACTICALLY IMPROVE THE LEVEL OF PROTECTION OF SPECIAL GROUPS’ HUMAN RIGHTS
Xu Jianzhong (China)…………………………333
 
THE OVERALL ELEVATION IN PROTECTING THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION IN CHINA: CASE STUDY OF THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION IN TIANJIN MUNICIPALITY
Xue Jinwen (China)…………………………339
 
ON IMPROVING LEGISLATION ON THE PROTECTION OF THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD IN NEW-TYPE URBANIZATION PROCESS: FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD
Yang Xiejiao (China)…………………………348
 
THE “ISSUE OF HEADSCARF” AND GUARANTEE OF MUSLIM WOMEN’S RIGHTS: AN APPROACH OF ANALYZING SECULARISM
Zhang Xian (China) …………………………360
 
CONSOLIDATION OF LAND IN RURAL AREAS AND PROTECTION OF FARMERS’ RIGHTS AND INTERESTS: A SAMPLE OBSERVATION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF RURAL LAND CONSOLIDATION
Zhang Yonghe (China)…………………………369
 
ON THE PRODUCTIVE PROTECTION OF INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE IN HANDICRAFTS AND ITS HUMAN VALUES: A CASE STUDY OF THE“WUHAN MODEL”
Zhao Li and Li Guang (China)…………………………376
 
REALIZATING HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION THROUGH SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
Zhou Qiang (China)…………………………385
 
ON THE MUTAL PROMOTION BETWEEN HUMAN RIGHTS DEVELOPMENT AND NEW URBANIZATION
Zhou Yezhong (China) …………………………393
 
REGIONAL SECURITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
 
UN PEACE-BUILDING ACTIONS AND HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION
Gao Xinman (China) …………………………404
 
A STUDY ON RIGHT AND DUTY SUBJECTS OF RIGHT RELIEF FOR CIVILIAN VICTIMS OF WAR: FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF ADOPTING DOMESTIC REMEDIES BY KOREA
Guan Jianqiang (China) …………………………410
 
REGIONAL SAFETY AS A CONCRETIZATION OF NATIONAL SECURITY IS THE BASIC GUARANTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION
Huo Guihuan (China) …………………………419
 
THREE POINTS ON REGIONAL SECURITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS: A SPEECH AT THE SIXTH BEIJING FORUM ON HUMNA RIGHTS
Long Zhou (China) …………………………423
 
REGIONAL SECURITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS: DEFINING THE RELATIONSHIP 
Patricia Mande Nyaundi (Kenya) …………………………427
 
HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT
Maria Perrone (Italy)…………………………434
 
ASIAN COOPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT BASED ON HUMNA RIGHTS
Qi Yanping (China) …………………………442
 
STUDY ON HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES
 
THE DEVELOPMENT AND LOGIC OF CHINA’S HUMAN RIGHTS CAUSE
Holden Chow (Hong Kong, China) …………………………450
 
IS IT CORRECT TO REGARD HUMAN RIGHTS AS UNIVERSAL?
Neil Forbes Davidson (UK)…………………………458
 
THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE INTERNET ERA
He Zhipeng (China)…………………………462
 
POLITICS,NEW MEDIAAND HUMAN RIGHTS:THREE CASE STUDIES
Daniel Joyce (Australia)…………………………468
 
THE DEVELOPMENT PATH FOR HUMAN RIGHTS WITH CHINESE CHARACTERISTICS
Li Yunlong (China)…………………………480
 
THE RETROSPECTION AND PROSPECT OF HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION IN CHINESE UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES
Liu Shiping (China)…………………………488
 
To ENHANCE THE PROTECTION OF CYBERSPACE RIGHTS AND BUILD A NEW INTERNET ORDER:THE ENLIGHTENMENT FROM“PRISM”
Luo Yanhua (China)…………………………496
 
HUMAN RIGHTS AND BUSINESS ACTORS
Anne Peters (Switzerland)…………………………506
 
INTERNET AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Wang Sixin (China)…………………………510
 
ON THE THREE BASIC DIMENSIONS OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN CHINA
Xian Kailin (China)…………………………516
 
HUMAN RIGHTS OMBUDSMAN:EVOLVEMENT OF THE OMBUDSMAN SYSTEM
Yuan Gang (China)…………………………524
 
ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE’S CONCERN ABOUT THE APPLICATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS CONVENTIONS IN HONG KONG, CHINA
Zhang Naigen (China)…………………………537
 
ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS OF THE PRC’S ON DISCLOSURE OF GOVERNMENT INFORMATION AND CONTINUAL DEVELOPMENT OF A GROUP OF BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS
Zhao Zhengqun (China)…………………………541
 
BALANCING YIN AND YANG IN THE INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DEBATE
Tom Zwart (The Netherlands)…………………………549

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