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Seminar on China's human rights progress held in Wuhan

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A seminar on China's human rights progress in the course of reform and opening up was held in central China's Wuhan on Wednesday.

XinhuaUpdated: July 19, 2018

A seminar on China's human rights progress in the course of reform and opening up was held in central China's Wuhan on Wednesday.

A seminar on China's human rights progress in the course of reform and opening up is held in central China's Wuhan on July 18, 2018. [Photo by Luan Haijun/China SCIO]


Over 100 representatives from the national human rights education and training base, human rights research institutes, and related government departments attended the seminar.

Jointly held by the China Society for Human Rights Studies and the publicity department of the Hubei Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China, the seminar discussed topics including the human rights development path, theoretical innovation, practice, and achievements.

Participants agreed that China has built a relatively complete human rights protection system, made remarkable achievements, and embarked on a path of human rights development that suits Chinese characteristics over the past four decades of reform and opening up.