The HRIC Daily Brief is a daily selection of news stories and commentary related to human rights in China, drawn from Chinese- and English-language news and online media sources that we monitor daily. In addition to headlines and source links, HRIC also provides English translation of Chinese headlines.

Tuesday, April 03, 2012

Civil Society

NGOs Say Easing of Registration Rules Is Limited
South China Morning Post, April 2, 2012
Related news:
赵树凯:广东NGO管理迈出最重要一步 (State Council Research Zhao Shukai: Guangdong's NGO Administration an Important Step Forward)
Caixin, March 31, 2012

Human Rights Defenders

我不愿意离开中国 (Ai Weiwei: I Don't Want to Leave China)
Deutsche Welle, March 31, 2012,,15851411,00.html
Related news:
艾未未在家设网络镜头公开生活 (Ai Sets Up Webcams around Home in Reference to 24-hour Police Surveillance)
Radio Television Hong Kong, April 3, 2012


China Micro-blog Comments Back after Rumour 'Clean Up'
British Broadcasting Corporation, April 3, 2012

Inner Mongolia

China Detains 22 after Inner Mongolia Protest: Group
Reuters, April 3, 2012


學者建議中國結束一孩政策 (Scholar Proposes an End to One-child Policy)
Ming Pao, April 3, 2012


何清涟:中共的政治文化与宗教有着与生俱来的内在紧张关系 (He Qinglian: There's an Innate Tension between the CPC Political Culture and Religion)
Radio France International, March 30, 2012中国/20120430-何清涟:中共的政治文化与宗教有着与生俱来的内在紧张关系


藏区自焚抗议升级 青海17位师生遭逮捕、判刑 (Qinghai: 17 Students and Teachers Arrested, Sentenced following Protest)
Radio Free Asia, April 2, 2012


Demolishing Uyghur Identity
Radio Free Asia, April 2, 2012