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Chinese Government Passes Landmark Law Tightening Controls on Nonprofits

Reprinted courtesy of the law firm of Venable LLP* April 28, 2016, China’s national legislature passed a sweeping, controversial new law regulating the activities of foreign (non-Chinese) nonprofit, nongovernmental organizations’ (NGOs) activities in China. The “Law on the Management of Foregin Nongovernmental Organization Activities inside Mainland China” (the Law) is set to

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Volunteer Spotlight: Jamie & Leah Carroll

Justice Ventures International’s mission is to bring freedom, justice and restoration to victims of extreme injustice and oppression through legal casework, human rights training, advocacy and freedom businesses. An important and significant portion of our work is supported by lawyers in the US and other countries who offer pro bono

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Seven Migrant Workers Secure Justice

Beijing, China – Justice Ventures International (JVI) is working to bring freedom, justice and restoration to migrant men, women and children living in Beijing, China. Migrants working in Beijing endure unsafe working conditions, long overtime hours, inadequate wages, and delayed compensation and are denied access to decent education, sanitation and housing. Daxing is the

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New Law Offers Additional Protections to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes

To address the ineffectiveness of The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act of 1989, the Indian Parliament recently passed an amendment that provides additional protection to scheduled castes (SCs) and scheduled tribes (STs). Under the amendment bill, state governments are required to establish courts that exclusively hear cases

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