[Commentary] "Where are the differences between China and Western human rights concepts? How to enhance the communication and exchange between Chinese and Western human rights concepts?" , invited seven well-known Chinese and foreign experts and scholars to conduct in-depth discussions on related topics.
[Explanation] Chen Junjun, president of China News Service, said in his speech at the seminar that the world today is in the process of major changes, and various challenges and questions need to be reinterpreted and answered urgently.
[Concurrent] Chen Junjun, President of China News Service
Human rights have increasingly become the focus of attention of the international community, and human rights theories and practices in different countries are showing different results, which also provides a good opportunity and impetus for the development of human rights theories in the world.
As a media dedicated to building a bridge of communication and understanding in the world and promoting exchanges and mutual learning between Chinese and Western civilizations, China News Agency is willing to provide a platform for people of insight at home and abroad to disseminate the insights of experts and scholars to the world, and jointly promote the development and progress of human rights in China and the world. .
[Explanation] China's human rights development in recent years has made achievements known to the world. How to better interpret China's human rights concept and China's human rights development path to the world has become a practical issue that needs to be answered urgently.
[Concurrent] Zhang Yonghe, Executive Dean and Professor of the Institute of Human Rights, Southwest University of Political Science and Law
China has built a moderately prosperous society in an all-round way and achieved the strategic goal of a happy life for the people.
It has completely and completely changed the living conditions of the Chinese people and enabled the people to obtain the greatest human right of a happy life.
[Concurrent] Secretary-General of China Human Rights Research Association, Professor Lu Guangjin of Jilin University Law School
("Human Development Index") was first released in 1990. In 1990, China was still in the low human development level group, in 1995 China entered the medium human development level group, and in 2015 China entered the high human development level group. Therefore, China's human development index has risen, which fully shows that China's human rights development and progress is a path of continuous development.
[Concurrent] Wang Wen, Executive Dean of Chongyang Institute of Financial Studies, Renmin University of China
It can be said with confidence that China's human rights progress has expanded the inherent development path of human rights in the world since the 20th century, and has become the most steadfast major power in support of the UN Human Rights Council.
[Explanation] Regarding the concerns of some Western countries about human rights in Xinjiang, China, Zuliyati Simayi, vice president of Xinjiang University and dean of the School of Marxism, said that people of all ethnic groups in Xinjiang work decently under the sun, and every contribution they make should be respected.
[Commentary] Bo Xiwen, a German expert on China and the former director of the European and International Affairs Department of Hesse, Germany, said that the real purpose of the United States and its allies is to pursue American interests and to dominate the world.
[Concurrent] Bo Xiwen, German expert on China issues and former director of the European and International Affairs Department of Hesse, Germany
As early as the 1990s, American think tanks proposed that in order to contain the further development of China's economy, the tool of human rights should be used to isolate China.
The U.S. and its allies just use this as an excuse to promote and smear. Their real purpose is to pursue U.S. interests and to dominate the world.
[Explanation] Luo Siyi, former director of the Economic and Commercial Policy Department of the City of London, and senior researcher at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China, said that the more the world understands China's achievements in the field of human rights, the more they will recognize China.
[Concurrent] Luo Siyi, former director of the Economic and Commercial Policy Department of the City of London, UK, and senior researcher at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China
The more the world learns about China's extraordinary achievements, the more they want the human rights situation of their own people to improve on the same scale, and thus the more they will favor China.
[Explanation] Sheng Yalu, a well-known European sinologist and a Chinese legal expert at the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law, pointed out that, in fact, China and the West have consensus on many human rights issues, and the consensus is far greater than the difference.
Reporter asked Baokui Liu Chao to report in Beijing
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