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Which Professional Supervisory Units Are Sponsoring Foreign NGOs?

Following are the Professional Supervisory Units (PSUs) that have sponsored a (or multiple) foreign NGO representative office(s).

The first graphic shows all eligible PSUs, as enumerated in the Ministry of Public Security’s 2019 list, and highlights those that have actually sponsored a foreign NGO at the national or provincial level. As some provincial-level PSUs belong to multiple functional hierarchies (for example, the Hainan Department of Tourism, Culture, Radio, Television, and Sport falls under the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the National Radio and Television Administration, and the General Administration of Sport), they are counted in this graphic multiple times, under each applicable functional hierarchy.

Below that, a table lists only those PSUs that have sponsored foreign NGOs, along with information about their sponsees’ field(s) of work, location(s) of registration, and permitted area(s) of operation. The table can be filtered by entering search terms in one or more of the fields at the top of each column. Of note, the table shows that provincial-level PSUs can sponsor Foreign NGOs who work nationwide.

A map and table of the foreign NGOs that have registered representative offices are available here.

Information drawn from the Ministry of Public Security website. Data cut-off date: July 1, 2022.


Last Updated: July 5, 2022