Mutual Evaluation Report 2007

Read about laws affecting NPOs in China in ICNL’s NGO Law Monitor.

Check how China fares in Civicus’ Enabling Environment Index and in Freedom House’ comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties.

The Chinese legislature will consider the Overseas NGO Management Law this year (2015), which, among other provisions, moves management and control of overseas NGOs and foundations to the Chinese public security apparatus,  includes restrictions on fundraising, requires the establishing of multiple representative offices in China, and entails a cumbersome registration process to gain legal recognition from the central government. Public consultation comments were due to the government by June 4th. See here for more.