Administrative Law on Overseas NGOs: A Survival Guide for Overseas NGOs in China SHORT TITLE
|作者/编者：||Rui Wang (partner), Yibo Ge (managing associate), Jun Zhang (managing associate)||作者单位：||金杜律师事务所|
On April 28, 2016, the PRC Administrative Law on Overseas NGOs’ Activities within China(“Overseas NGOs Law”) was passed through the 20th meeting of the Standing Committee of the 12th National People's Congress. The Overseas NGOs Law will take effect on January 1, 2017. It is the first time that China has legislated on the administration, supervision and service assurance of overseas NGOs’ activities within China. The Overseas NGOs Law regulates the main activities of not-for-profit and non-governmental social organizations that are legally established outside China, such as foundations, social groups, and think-tank institutions within China, from the perspective of registration and record-filing, requirements for activities, supervision and administration, and legal responsibilities. It will have a profound influence on the development of Overseas NGOs within China. This article will introduce the main elements of the Overseas NGOs Law and discuss several of its most important provisions.
|文章标题||Administrative Law on Overseas NGOs: A Survival Guide for Overseas NGOs in China SHORT TITLE|
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