We are pleased to announce the Foundation for Law and International Affairs has been awarded a prize by the Ministry of Civil Affairs of the People's Republic of China for a research project on the internationalization of Chinese civil society organizations.
The Research Report is entitled “The Policy Environment on the Internationalization of Social Organization”, and will soon be published in mainland China. More information follows. For the announcement of the award see here.
Foundation for Law and International Affairs WinsMinistry of Civil Affairs Research Award
On March 8, 2016, at a time when amendments to the Foreign NGO Management Law and the Charity Law were being debated by the Chinese and Western media and scholarly communities, the Ministry of Civil Affairs issued a call for research proposals on the theme “The Construction and Governance of Chinese Social Organizations” (中国社会组织建设与管理) .
The call attracted submissions of research reports from 422 institutions for higher education, research institutes, departments, civil society organizations, and local government organs, and more than 2,500 scholars. After a rigorous short-listing process, and a blind peer review, the Ministry of Civil Affairs chose 65 research reports for publication in mainland China.
We are proud to announce that the research report produced by the Foundation for Law and International Affairs was one of the reports to be awarded a third prize, together with reports prepared by the China University for Politics and Law, and the Ministry of Civil Affairs Centre for Policy Research. The report was authored by Zhu Shaoming, Zhang Aisi, Wang Keren, Shan Gao, Larry Catá Backer, and Flora Sapio. Its cover page and index are reproduced below.
－ 案例一： 美国科学促进会于中国科学技术协会的国际合作
－ 案例二： 爱德基金会海外办公室