Introduction

The Beijing Forum on Human Rights is held every year since 2008, attracting many officials and human rights experts and scholars from many countries and regions in the world. The forum provides a platform for experts and scholars from China and abroad to review the history of the world's human rights development, to communicate with each other and lay the foundation for future cooperation.

Scholars, officals gather in Beijing for human rights forum

Hundreds of officials and scholars from across the world met in Beijing on Tuesday for the 2018 Beijing Forum on Human Rights.[more..]

China willing to cooperate with world in human rights: official

China has achieved unprecedented historic progress in the human rights cause and is willing to cooperate closely with all parties in the world human rights field, a senior Communist Party of China (CPC) official has said.[more..]

Human rights forum to focus on peace, development

Peace and development will be the theme of the annual Beijing Forum on Human Rights, which begins on Wednesday. More than 100 officials and human rights experts from more than 30 countries and regions will attend the two-day forum, which will focus on the relationship between the end the World Anti-Fascist War and the progress of human rights. The annual event was first held in 2008 and has grown to be a key platform for human rights exchanges among different countries, ethnicities and cultures.[more..]

The Seventh Beijing Forum on Human Rights opens, focuses on the Chinese dream and human rights development

Co-held by China Society for Human Rights Studies and China Foundation for Human Rights Development, the Seventh Beijing Forum on Human Rights opens in Beijing on September 17. The theme of the forum is the Chinese Dream: New Progress in China’s Human Rights.more than one hundred participants, including senior advisers from UN, experts and scholars and representatives of ambassadors in China attended the forum. Since 2008, the Beijing Forum on Human Rights has been held for 6 times. Every time, it attracted government officials, experts and scholars from nearly one hundred countries to attend and discussed frankly and deeply on important issues of international human rights.[more..]

Luo Haocai attends the opening ceremony of Beijing Forum on Human Rights

The sixth Beijing Forum on Human Rights, themed on constructing an environment for sustainable human rights development, opened Thursday. The forum is coorganized by the China Society for Human Rights Studies (CSHRS), the largest human rights academic group in China, and the China Foundation for Human Rights Development, a major civil group. Over 100 officials and human rights experts from the United Nations and 33 countries and regions attended the forum.[more..]

Human rights forum opens in Beijing

The Fifth Beijing Forum on Human Rights opened Wednesday with experts and officials calling for efforts through science and technology and better environmental protection. Themed Science and Technology, Environment and Human Rights, this year's forum will have three sub-themes, namely "scientific and technological development and human rights", "era of information and human rights", and "environment and human rights". The two-day forum, which was first organized by the CSHRS in Beijing in 2008, has attracted more than 100 human rights experts and officials from around the world.[more..]

The Fourth Beijing Forum on Human Rights opens

The fourth Beijing Forum on Human Rights opened here on Wednesday, with around 100 human rights experts and officials from around the world attending the event. Around 100 experts and officials in human rights from 26 countries and regions and international organizations are attending the two-day forum. They will exchange views on topics of "concept of value and human rights", "cultural traditions and human rights", and "dignity and human rights". [more..]

The Third Beijing Forum on Human Rights kicks off in Beijing

The Third Beijing Forum on Human Rights kicks off in Beijing this morning. Prestigious and influential experts and scholars on human rights, celebrities and councilors from home and abroad are invited, including chairpersons of the National Human Rights Committee of some countries and officers of the UN System. Participants of China mainly consist of experts and scholars of China Society for Human Rights Studies, scholars of major human rights study institutions from Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macao. Nearly 100 participants from 28 countries attended the third Beijing Human Rights Forum.[more..]

2nd Beijing Forum on Human Rights kicks off

The Second Beijing Forum on Human Rights is opened in Beijing, capital of China, Nov. 2, 2009. The theme of the two-day forum is "harmonious delevelopment and human rights". At the two-day forum, scholars from 26 countries discussed how to advance the human rights cause by addressing poverty and financial crisis. The forum received more than 60 research papers, an organizer said. [more..]

Forum of human rights opens in Beijing

Human rights experts from 18 countries have gathered in Beijing for a forum on how to bring about a more harmonious world. The theme of the 3-day forum is "the respect for human rights and the promotion of a harmonious world." Over 70 experts from Asia, Africa, America, and Europe were present at the opening. Many called for different cultures and civilizations to be respected in order to promote the development of human rights around the world.[more..]