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February 13, 2019

Public Security Infographic: Make Sure Foreign NGOs Have Filed!

Ministry of Public Security WeChat Posts—January 9-10, 2019

January 9, 2019:

Today, the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) released information about the total number of foreign NGOs that have established representative offices or filed for temporary activities in China. The MPS’ graphics are available here (in Chinese).

January 10, 2019:

The MPS forwarded a WeChat post by the Qidong City, Jiangsu Province Public Security Bureau that featured a cartoon and infographic about the Foreign NGO Law. The infographic offers a general overview of the law, such as: what defines a foreign NGO, what sectors foreign NGOs are able to work in, who registration and supervising authorities are, what paperwork is required to register or file, and what foreign NGOs are not permitted to do. As many of the details of registration and filing have been covered on this site, The China NGO Project has only partially translated the graphics, focusing on the sections outlining proscribed activities and on how Chinese citizens should question and report on suspicious foreign NGO activities.

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