China and Human Rights

Interesting perspective from a Chinese, albeit international, website: http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2009-04/13/content_7671740.htm 

Not suprisingly, the Chinese view on Human Rights emphasises the economic, social and cultural rights. For example, in the above article they relate human rights with work conditions and unemployment rates. See the top of the linked page or click the following for the official document: “National Human Rights Action Plan of China (2009-2010).”

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One Response to China and Human Rights

  1. BJ says:

    And the less people are preoccupied with immediate needs the more they will become preoccupied with less immediate needs.

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