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The Foreign NGO Law: An Infographic

By Joann Pittman ⋅ Jan 9, 2017

On Sunday, January 1 China’s new law governing foreign NGOs in China went into effect. The good folks at China Development Brief have put together a helpful infographic covering the basic information about the law. Some of the dates on the infographic reflect information as of mid-December; however, the information it conveys is still extremely useful. We are re-posting it here with their permission. 

Since the preparation phase is now behind us, foreign NGOs in China that have not yet sought approval from a professional supervisory unit run the risk of already being in violation of the law.

Image credit: Pingyao in the winter snow, China,2008 by Emma Gawen, via Flickr.
Infographic: China Development Brief (used with permission)

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Joann Pittman

Joann Pittman

Joann Pittman is Senior Vice President of ChinaSource. She is the editor of ZGBriefs and Chinese Church Voices, as well as a regular contributor to ChinaSource publications. Prior to joining ChinaSource, Joann spent 28 years working in China, as an English teacher, language student, program director, and most recently, cross-cultural trainer... View Full Bio