Weekly Civil Society News September 17 - September 21

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Sr. Chinese leader stresses social management
English.news.cn   September 15, 2012
Zhou Yongkang will publish an article about social management in a CPC Magazine.
China’s urbanization lacks quality, equality
Xinhua, September 15, 2012
Urbanization trend again raises questions about the social welfare of migrant workers.
作者:胡印斌 | 来源:中国青年报
Schools in a Ningxia district require migrant children to purchase a “sponsorship ticket” costing 300 – 500 yuan in order to enroll, although education authorities claim no knowledge of the system.
Social entrepreneurship increases in popularity
China Daily, September 20, 2012, By He Dan
China pledges greater transparency in charity sector
Xinhua, September 20, 2012
China’s Civil Affairs Ministry on Thursday vowed to improve the transparency of the country’s charity organizations in a bid to rebuild their creditability.
Religious groups encouraged to engage in charity work
Xinhua, September 20, 2012
Vice-Premier Hui Liangyu encouraged China’s religious groups to take an active part in charitable efforts in a letter addressed to a religious meeting held on Thursday.
China’s door wide open to foreign NGOs
Xinhua, September 20, 2012
 China welcomes law-abiding foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs) but registration of them needs strengthening, the country’s top civil affairs official said on Thursday.
State to tighten oversight of intl NGOs
China Daily, September 21, 2012, by He Dan


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