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《China Public Security(Academy Edition)》 2018-03
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Public Security Agencies' Management of Foreign NGOs in China under the New Situation

WEN Hao;School of International Police Studies, People's Public Security University of China;  
Over the past years, the lack of relevant laws gives rise to a host of problems in the management of foreign NGOs carrying out activities in China. Law of the People's Republic of China on Administration of Foreign NGOs' Activities within China, which became effective in January 1, 2017, empowers public security agencies to manage foreign NGOs' activities. Public security agencies, however, are not well prepared to accomplish such an important mission for the shortage of competent professionals, immature management system, lack of implementation details in the Law as well as weak coordination between competent departments for the management of foreign NGOs. To resolve the problems, we need to perfect the legal system and management system by drawing on the experiences of overseas countries while talking into account our own conditions so that public security agencies can better fulfill the mission of managing foreign NGOs' activities.
【CateGory Index】: D922.182
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