Introduction

The resolution titled “Promoting Mutually Beneficial Cooperation in the Field of Human Rights” proposed by China and other developing countries was overwhelmingly adopted at the 37th meeting of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva on March 23. The resolution calls upon all countries to promote beneficial cooperation in human rights and foster relations based on mutual respect, fairness, justice and mutually beneficial cooperation, with the aim to build a community with a shared future for humankind. During the meeting, China held a sideline conference on the protection and development of Tibetan culture, which gave an introduction of the efforts and achievements that Tibet has made in this regard.

UN adopts Chinese resolution on rights

The UN Human Rights Council has adopted a resolution introduced by China that calls for nations to uphold multilateralism and work together to promote mutually beneficial cooperation.[more..]

UN adopts China-proposed resolution on human rights

The UN Human Rights Council adopted last Friday a resolution proposed by China entitled “Promoting Mutually Beneficial Cooperation in the Field of Human Rights”. [more..]

UN Human Rights Council's voting shows international society's common expectations

When making oral interventions at the Session, a number of countries said that the China-sponsored resolution gives full expression to the shared aspirations of the international community and will help to increase the say and the agenda-setting right of the developing countries in the field of international human rights and promote the sound development of global human rights cause.[more..]

Liu Huawen: China offers wisdom in global human rights governance

The Chinese resolution - Promoting Mutually Beneficial Cooperation in the Field of Human Rights - was adopted at the 37th meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on March 23.[more..]

Experts hail cultural development in China’s Tibet in Geneva

Experts on Wednesday expounded efforts and achievements in the cultural development in China's Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) during an event on the sidelines of the 37th session of the UN Human Rights Council here.[more..]

Tibetan language still full of vitality in process of modernization: scholar

A Chinese scholar on Friday introduced the use, protection and development of Tibetan language to the 37th session of the UN Human Rights Council, saying that the Tibetan language is still full of vitality in the process of modernization and will continue to be inherited and developed in the future.[more..]

Jigme Wangcuo: China’s approach to prompting human rights in Tibet

Tibet’s human rights protection is reflected in people’s daily lives. In cities and villages across the region, you will see people in modern and traditional costumes. You can enjoy Tibetan traditional food as well as cuisine from other parts of China and the world.[more..]

Zha Luo: Learning, use and development of Tibetan language guaranteed

China’s Constitution and Law on Regional Ethnic Autonomy both clearly prescribe that all ethnic minorities have the rights to use and develop their own spoken and written languages.[more..]

Respect for human rights best strategy to prevent world conflicts: U.N. chief

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday stressed that respect for human rights is the best strategy to prevent conflicts in today's world."An emphasis on human rights lies at the heart of conflict prevention, which must be our highest priority," he said in his speech at the opening of the 37th session of the U.N. Human Rights Council, which kicked off here Monday.The U.N. chief appealed to member states in all U.N. bodies to strengthen support for U.N. actions on human rights, saying that millions of lives would have been saved if greater attention was given to human rights globally over the past two decades.[more..]