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Human Rights and Development
  • Author:China Society for Human Rights Studies
  • ISBN:9787508520889
  • Press:China Intercontinental Press
  • Page:549
  • Publication date:2011
  • Price:138.00

Abstract

The third Beijing Forum on Human Rights was successfully held in Beijing by China Society for Human Rights Studies on 19 October 2010, attended by about 100 high officials, scholars and experts of human rights from 28 states, international organizations and regions including China, the United States, Canada, UK, France, Italy, Australia, Peru, Belorussia, South Africa, Kenya, Mongolia, South Korea, Vietnam and the United Nations and Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan of China.etc. 
 
The theme of the forum ”Human Rights and Development:Rethink Concepts, Models and Approaches” is supported by three sub-themes, ”Scientific Development and Human Rights,””Cultural Diversity and Human Rights” and ”Global Governance and Human Rights.”Focusing on the forum theme, the attendees made extensive, in-depth and enthusiastic discussion and generally agreed that the forum is of great significance against the backdrop of world economy going out of the shadow of international financial crisis and entering post-crisis era. The international financial crisis stimulates people to rethink what kind of development concept can better promote world harmonious development and universal human rights, what development model can make US better meet global challenges and create better life for human beings together. The theme of the forum ”Human Rights and Development:Rethink Concepts, Models and Approaches” reflects the common concern of current International community over understanding accurately the interplay of human rights and development and seeking actively to promote human rights by scientific development. The attendees observed and highly praised China’s development path and mode. They recognized that human rights are not a stock-still and absolute concept, and thus a country’s human rights status cannot be evaluated by merely comparing with other countries, but should be evaluated with historical view.
 
This book, divided into five parts according to theme, is a compilation of 69 theses received by the forum.
 
This book is checked and approved by Comrade Liu Xuan and Comrade Chen Zhengong, designed, edited, primarily checked and compiled by Wang Linxia,and edited by Ren Danhong. 
 
The viewpoints expressed in the theses of this book reflect only the views of the authors.
and do not represent the views of China Society for Human Rights Studies.
 
China Society for Human Rights Studies
November 2010
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
IMPROVING HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION THROUGH SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT
Luo Haocai (China)……………………1

SPEECH AT THE OPENING CEREMONY OF THE THIRD BEIJING HUMAN RIGHTS FORUM
Wang Chen (China)……………………7

WHERE WESTERNERS STRAY IN THEIR EXPLORATION OF CHINA’S HUMAN RIGHTS
Dong Yunhu (China)……………………13
 
SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS
 
DIALECTICS OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Ai Silin & Wang Guixian (China)……………………20
 
THE SPIRITUAL SUBSTANCE OF SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT IS TO PROMOTE AND REALIZE HUMAN RIGHTS
Hu Jianmiao&Liu Dongliang (China)……………………27
 
ACCELERATING PROTECTION OF SENIOR CITIZENS’RIGHTS IN VIEW OF POPULATION AGING
Wang Qiyan (China)……………………33
 
THE ENVIRONMENTAL RIGHT AS A HUMAN RIGHT: SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT AND THE PROTECTION OF RIGHTS
Zhan Zhongle (China)……………………40
 
SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT AND GENDER EQUALITY
Zhang Xiaoling (China)……………………48
 
SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Leung Vai Tac (Macau,China)……………………56
 
MEASURES FOR ENSURING THE PROTECTION OF THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF ECONOMIC CRISIS
Zhu Xiaoqing (China)……………………63
 
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Nguyen Hai Luu (Vietnam)……………………70
 
HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Sirkka Korpela (USA)……………………77
 
ASIAN CONTRIBUTION TO THE ISSUE
Romeo Orlandi (Italy)……………………81
 
HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEVELOPMENT: CONCEPTION, MODE AND REFLECTIONS ON APPROACHES
Aleksandr Nikolaevich Yushkevich (The Republic of Belarus)……………………85
 
HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEVELOPMENT: RETHINKING CONCEPTS, MODELS AND APPROACHES
Anders Kompass (UN)……………………90
 
 
CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
 
THE CONCEPTS OF“PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST’’AND“REGARDING HARMONY AS THE FUNDAMENTALITY’’UNDER THE FRAMEWORK OF CULTURAL DIVERSITY
Ye Xiaowen (China)……………………96
 
CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
David Alton (UK)……………………102
 
CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Jose Nery Azevedo (Brazil)……………………111
 
CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Pierre Bercis (France)……………………115
 
HUMAN RIGHTS, CULTURAL RIGHTS AND CULTURAL PRAXIS OF MIGRANT WORKERS IN CHINA -- TAKING BEIJING NEW WORKERS’ CULTURE AND ART FESTIVAL AS AN EXAMPLE
Bu Wei&Sun Heng (China)……………………118
 
MULTICULTURALISM OR TRANSCULTURALISM: TOWARDS A COSMOPOLITAN CITIZEN BASED ON HUMAN RIGHTS
Donald Cuccioletta (Canada)……………………127
 
HUMAN RIGHTS AND ITS DEVELOPMENT IN ALGERIA: GOOD GOVERNANCE AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY
Hafida Djaoud (Algeria)……………………137
 
DIVERSITY AS THE MOMENTUM FOR DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Fang Guangshun & Ma Wenying (China)……………………140
 
CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Madina Jarbussynova (Kazakhstan)……………………148
 
CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS: STUDY ON CULTURE AND HUMAN RIGHTS FROM COOPERATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Jiao Jinmiao (China)……………………154
 
ENSURE PEACEFUL SETTLEMENT AND CONTENT WORK TO REALIZE HUMAN RIGHTS, ENCOURAGE CULTURAL DIVERSITY TO PROMOTE HARMONY
Leong Wa (Macau,China)……………………163
 
CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS: A CASE STUDY OF FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATlON/ CUTTING/ CIRCUMCISION IN KENYA
Winfred Osimbo Lichuma (Kenya)……………………166
 
MULTICULTURALISM AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN SOUTH KOREA
Park Chan-Un (South Korea)……………………172
 
PROTECTING CULTURAL DIVERSITY THROUGH A FRAMEWORK OF HUMAN RIGHTS: THE NEW ZEALAND EXPERIENCE
Jeremy Pope (New Zealand)……………………176
 
CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Nikhil Seth (UN)……………………187
 
CHINA’S COURT CULTURE AND JUDICIAL PROTECTION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS -- TALK FROM JUDICIAL CONCEPT OF CURRENT CHINA’S COURTS
Shao Wenhong&Liu Lan (China)……………………195
 
CULTURAL RIGHTS AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY
Wang Sixin (China)……………………204
 
CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Detta Anak Samen (Malaysia)……………………210
 
CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Janet Love (South Africa)……………………216
 
PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN A DIVERSE WORLD
Martin Ihoeghian Uhomoibhi (Nigeria)……………………225
 
CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Tsend Munkh-orgil (Mongolia)……………………227
 
CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Bandar Mohammed Al-Aiban (Saudi Arabia)……………………232
 
PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF MINORITIES IN INDIA THROUGH THE PREVENTION OF ATROCITIES:A NEW MODEL FOR MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY
Surya Narain Yadav (India)……………………238
 
GLOBAL GOVERNANCE AND HUMAN RIGHTS ON GLOBAL GOVERNANCE AND HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION
Wang Zaibang (China)……………………262
 
HUMAN RIGHTS ORIENTATl0N OF GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
Yang Chengming&Xu Si (China)……………………266
 
AN ANALYSIS OF GLOBAL GOVERNANCE’S DOUBLE EFFECTS ON PROTECTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS
He Ying & Huo Jianguo (China)……………………271
 
DEVELOPMENT HISTORY OF “THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT” AND PROBLEMS IN IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS
Luo Yanhua & Zhang Junhao (China)……………………278
 
BRINGING INTERNATl0NAL HUMAN RIGHTS NORMS HOME -- HE COOPERATION BETWEEN THE NHRIS AND THE UNITED NATIONS
Zhang Wei (China)……………………288
 
INTERPLAY BETWEEN MULTILATERAL GOVERNANCE AND LOCAL PRACTICE ON HUMAN RIGHTS:A CASE STUDY OF TAIWAN
Lee Yung-Ren & Chou Chih-Chieh (Taiwan,China)……………………299
 
HUMAN RIGHTS AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR CIVIL SOCIETY Nicola Macbean (UK)……………………328
 
GOVERNANCE GAPS IN PROTECTING HUMAN RIGHTS: ENGAGING BUSINESS IN THE BUSINESS OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Justine Nolan (Australia)……………………337
 
REFORMS OF UN HUMAN RIGHTS AGENCIES: STATUS Quo AND EXPECTATION
Jiang Guoqing (China)……………………355
 
INTER-AMERICAN SYSTEM OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Diego Garcia Sayan (Peru)……………………363
 
THE ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK AND THE ROLE OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE PURSUIT OF JUST AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE ASIA PACIFIC REGl0N
Andrew Byrnes (Australia)……………………374
 
STUDY ON HUMAN RlGHTS IN CHINA
 
SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION AND HUMAN RIGHTS CAUSE
Li Junru (China)……………………390
 
THE VALUE CHOICES OF CHINA'S HUMAN RIGHTS MODEL
Li Yunlong (China)……………………399
 
HUMAN RIGHTS MAINSTREAMING IN CHINA
Liu Huawen (China)……………………406
 
LEGAL CONSTRUCTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN CHINA AND COMPARISON WITH EU
Zhang Naigen (China)……………………413
 
EMPHASIS ON PERSONALITY DIGNITY: NEW STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT OF CHINA'S HUMAN RIGHTS CAUSE
Chang Jian & Zhao Yulin (China)……………………431
 
ON SOME BASIC ISSUES OF CHINA'S CURRENT HUMAN RIGHTS DEVELOPMENT
Liu Jie (China)……………………437
 
A BRIEF TALK ON CHINA'S HUMAN RIGHTS THEORY RESEARCH AND INNOVATION
Gu Chunde (China)……………………447
 
CHINA'S FOREIGN AID OVER THE PAST 60 YEARS: CARRYING FORWARD TRADITIONS AND BRAVING CHALLENGES
Liu Liyun (China)……………………458
 
HONG KONG’S PROGRESS IN HUMAN RIGHTS DEVELOPMENT UNDER THE PRINCIPLE OF “ONE COUNTRY, TWO SYSTEMS”
Lew Mon-hung (Hong Kong, China)……………………466
 
NEW PROGRESS ON CHINA'S HUMAN RIGHTS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF NEW TRENDS OF ITS SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM -- BASED ON THE NEW DEVELOPMENTS SINCE THE SECOND BEIJING FORUM ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN NOVEMBER 2009
Shi Meixia (China)……………………470
 
ON CHINA'S PROTECTION OF CITIZENS’ RIGHT TO BE INFORMED AND CONSTRUCTION OF GOVERNMENT INFORMATION PUBLICITY SYSTEM
Zhao Zhengqun (China)……………………475
 
INMATES’RIGHTS PROTECTION IN CHINA'S PRISONS
Feng Jiancang (China)……………………484
 
HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION WITHIN THE FIELDS OF FAMILY PLANNING
Liu Hongyan, Ru Xiaomei, Yao Ying & Liang Jinxia (China)……………………490
 
STUDY 0N HUMAN RIGHTS
 
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN IDEAL AND REALITY -- THE ACADEMIC STARTING POINT OF HUMAN RIGHTS RESEARCH CONCRETION
Huo Guihuan (China)……………………498
 
A PROBE INTO HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION IN PHARMACEUTICAL TRADE
Li Xianbo & Xu Li (China)……………………503
 
ON NATIONAL OBLIGATION IN HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
Liu Zhiqiang (China)……………………510
 
ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND GENDER EQUALITY RIGHTS
Wang Jinling (China)……………………521
 
THE SYMPHONY OF VIOLENCE AND NON-VIOLENCE: ANALYSIS OF AMERICAN
CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT FROM 1 950S TO 1 960S
Liu Jun (China)……………………526
 
THE LEGAL SYSTEM 0F PROTECTING THE RIGHTS AND INTERESTS OF THE PEACEKEEPING POLICE:  REFLECTION AND RESTRUCTURING
Gao Xinman&Han Zenghui (China)……………………541
 

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