China Development Brief (English) is a translation of the China Development Brief, a Chinese-language online and print publication on China’s nonprofit and philanthropic sectors.It reports on nonprofit organizations and NGOs engaged in public welfare activities. It carries feature articles and interview on topics of interest to China’s civil society organizations and exchanges ideas on topics related to the development of China’s civil society.
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China Development Brief (English) February 2013 Newsletter
|Highlight: CDB Offers More Coverage of Breaking News In recent weeks, CDB has had some issues with malware hidden in the coding of the CDB (English) site. We would like to let everyone know that this issue has been resolved, so please do not hesitate to visit our site!
In more positive news, CDB has unveiled several new features which are intended to provide our readers with the most up-to-date news from Chinese civil society. First, our new layout includes a News section which expands on our Weekly Civil Society News to provide summaries of 3 – 4 Chinese and English-language news articles daily. Next, our new biweekly View from the Media column offers summary and analysis of civil society issues covered by the Chinese press. Finally, our Twitter accountshares all of our newest content as it is uploaded to our site.Featured ArticlesJoining Forces to Integrate Gender and Development
What Should China’s NPOs Do To Promote Rural Education?
View from the Media (Week of January 28th)
The Expectations and Realities of NGO Registration: A Study of HIV/AIDS Groups in Sichuan and Yunnan
Policy Brief No. 12 (December 2012): A New Dawn After the 18th Party Congress?
Special Reports (CDB has recently begun to share original reports created by other civil society organizations)
In the next month, we will have articles appearing on gender and feminism, a “voluntourism” NGO, and an oral history of Xu Bai, founder of Golden Key, an organization that promotes education for blind children.
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