SPOTLIGHT

October 10, 2013 : Congressional-Executive Commission on China

Washington, DC—The bipartisan Congressional-Executive Commission on China has released its 2013 Annual Report on human rights and rule of law developments in China, which it is required to do by October 10 of each year.

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World Parliamentarians Convention on Tibet, Ottawa, 2012

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Prof. Jayadeva Ranade, Distinguished Fellow with the Centre for Air Power Studies, New Delhi, Sharon Hom, Executive Director, Human Rights in China, New York and Carl Gershman, President of the National Endowment for Democracy, Washington, D.C. gave interesting insight into China's and Tibet's role in world politics. Foto: INPaT.
Prof. Jayadeva Ranade, Distinguished Fellow with the Centre for Air Power Studies, New Delhi, Sharon Hom, Executive Director, Human Rights in China, New York and Carl Gershman, President of the National Endowment for Democracy, Washington, D.C. gave interesting insight into China's and Tibet's role in world politics. Foto: INPaT.
Richard Gere, Chairman of the International Campaign for Tibet, hosted the pre-convention panel: 'Inter-dependence between China and the World'. Foto: INPaT.
Richard Gere, Chairman of the International Campaign for Tibet, hosted the pre-convention panel: 'Inter-dependence between China and the World'. Foto: INPaT.
Impressive speakers: Carl Gershman and Jayadeva Ranade. Foto: INPaT.
Impressive speakers: Carl Gershman and Jayadeva Ranade. Foto: INPaT.
Richard Gere in discussion with INPaT Co-Chairs Matteo Mecacci and Thomas Mann. Foto: INPaT.
Richard Gere in discussion with INPaT Co-Chairs Matteo Mecacci and Thomas Mann. Foto: INPaT.
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