Monday, March 26, 2007
Karla W. Simon (Catholic) discusses the latest developments in legal protections for civil society in China today at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. From the press release:
[Simon is a co-founder] of the International Center for Civil Society Law. The organization was formed in 2003 to protect human freedoms by improving the laws that affect the freedoms of belief, expression, association, assembly, information, and participation. It operates both on its own and through affiliates such as universities, associations of civil society organizations, individuals, governments, and individual CSOs and foundations.