Made in China : a quarterly on chinese labour, civil society, and rights - Issue 3 (July - September 2016)
|Collections||Made in China : a Quarterly on Chinese Labour, Civil Society, and Rights|
|Title:||Made in China : a quarterly on chinese labour, civil society, and rights - Issue 3 (July - September 2016)|
|Other Titles:||Heart of Darkness?|
|Author(s):||Australian National University. Australian Centre on China in the World|
|Publisher:||Canberra, ACT : Australian Centre on China in the World, The Australian National University|
We are pleased to announce the third issue of Made in China. As usual, we open with a series of Briefs where we provide an overview of notable stories that occurred over the past three months. Undoubtedly the most important development is the conviction, but suspended sentences, of labour activists Zeng Feiyang, Zhu Xiaomei, and Tang Huanxing, while a fourth activist, Meng Han, is still awaiting trial. In the midst of an oppressive political climate, a suspended sentence comes as a relief to Chinese labour NGOs, which are already struggling to survive due to government repression and increasing financial constraints.
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