BEIJING — China Society for Human Rights Studies (CSHRS) on Sept 25 published a report on China’s progress in human rights in 2014.
The blue paper introduced new progress in human rights that China has achieved under comprehensive reforms. It also analyzes the influence of China’s drive to promote rule of law on human rights, saying that human rights will be fully safeguarded by law in the future.
The report discusses social assistance, health, education, private data protection, employment of ethnic groups, and other rights issues.
It also reported on legal assistance for migrant workers, social organizations and opinions on anti-corruption efforts.
It is the fifth human rights blue paper that China has published.