Introduction

The inaugural Sino-European forum on human rights was held at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France with scholars and judges discussing how to better protect the rights and interests of children. Chinese and European scholars and judges later exchanged views and shared respective statistics from both sides on various issues ranging from illegal use of child labor, child pornography and prostitution, juvenile crimes and court, to education for children.

The Brief of Forum

China improves education for children

Two experts elaborated on how China will improve and use child education to help protect minors' rights and interests, especially female children and ethnic minority groups, at the first Sino-European Forum on Human Rights held in Strasbourg, France on Friday.[more..]

First China-Europe human rights forum focuses on rights of children

The first Sino-European forum on human rights was held here at the European Court of Human Rights, where dozens of scholars, judges discuss how to better protect the rights of children. [more..]
Main Topics

China fights against child labor

China has tried hard to resolve child labor issues as much as any other country in the world, Chinese experts said at the first Sino-European Forum on Human Rights, held in Strasbourg, France on Friday. [more..]

China tries to correct juvenile offenders

At the first Sino-European Forum on Human Rights, held in Strasbourg, France on Friday, a prosecutor said that China has established a juvenile prosecution and court system under China's legal and justice systems to deal with juvenile crimes. [more..]
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