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Tag Archives: Charity law
The Ministry of Civil Affairs has submitted a draft of the Charity Law to China’s State Council (cabinet), a sign that the country may be progressing towards rules covering philanthropic organizations. If passed, the new law would finally address tax … Continue reading
The UK’s Charity Law Association (CLA) has recommended that trustees should be free to invest on a total-return basis without seeking prior Charity Commission approval. As part of its submission to the government’s Charities Act Review this summer, the legal … Continue reading
A look back at developments affecting civil society in China in 2011 (and a sneak peek at 2012/2013)
As I said recently during a workshop in Beijing, 2011 was really a remarkable year with respect to developments affecting civil society. The year began with the propaganda department of the government saying in January that ‘civil society’ was a … Continue reading