Contribution de ONG Chine 2ème cycle

ONG ayant déposé un rapport 

ACFTU All-China Federation of Trade Unions, Beijing, People’s Republic of
China, submission 1 on workers’ health and safety, submission 2 on
safeguarding rights of vulnerable groups, including internal migrants;
ACLA All China Lawyers Association, Beijing, China, submission 1 on the
rights of internal migrants, submission 2 on the protection of the rights
of minors;
ACNU Asociación Cubana de las Naciones Unidas, Havana, Cuba;
ACWF All China Women’s Federation, Beijing, China;
AI Amnesty International , London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Northern Ireland;
ANEC Asociación Nacional de Economistas de Cuba, Havana, Cuba;
ARTICLE 19 Article 19. London, United Kingdom;
BAI Beijing Aizhixing Institute, Beijing, China;
BCLARC Beijing Children's Legal Aid and Research Centre, Beijing, China;
BZMW Beijing Zhicheng Migrant Workers’ Legal Aid and Research Center,
Beijing, China;
CAPDTC China Association for Preservation and Development of Tibetan
Culture, Beijing, China, submission 1 on the shadow report on human
rights situation in Tibet, submission 2 on the situation of the political
and legal rights of Tibetan women;
CASS-HRRC China Academy of Social Sciences-Human Rights Research Centre,
Beijing, China, submission 1 on labour protection, submission 2 on
National Plans of Action;
CBDHDD Capitulo Boliviano de Derechos Humanos, Democracia y Desarrollo/
Bolivian Chapter of Human Rights Democracy and Development, La
Paz, Bolivia;
CCCS China Care and Compassion Society, Beijing, China;
CEAIE China Education Association for International Exchange, Beijing,
CEMAFEE China Ethnic Minorities' Association for External Exchanges, Beijing,
CFGS China Foundation for Guangcai Programme, Beijing, China;
CFHRD China Foundation for Human Rights Development , Beijing, China,
submission 1 on human rights education, submission 2 on
Government information disclosure;
CHRD Chinese Human Rights Defenders, Washington D.C., United States of
CHRLCG China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group, Hong Kong, China;
CIVICUS CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation, Johannesburg,
South Africa;
CLS China Law Society, Beijing, China;
CNIE China Network of International Exchanges , Beijing, China;
CPAPD Chinese People's Association for Peace and Disarmament, Beijing,
CRRC China Religious Research Centre, Beijing, China;
CSHRS China Society for Human Rights Studies, Beijing, China, submission
1 on international human rights treaties, submission 2 on freedom of
CSPGP China Society for the Promotion of the Guangcai Programme, Beijing,
CSW Christian Solidarity Worldwide, New Malden, United Kingdom;
CUAWG Chinese Urgent Action Working Group, Beijing, China;
CWRS Chinese Women's Research Society, Beijing, China;
DHF Dui Hua Foundation, San Francisco, CA, United States of America;
ECLJ European Centre for Law and Justice, Strasbourg, France;
FDC Japan Federation for a Democratic China, Tokyo, Japan;
FMC Federación de Mujeres Cubanas /Federation of Cuban Women,
Havana, Cuba;
FN Freedom Now, Washington DC, United States of America;
GIEACPC Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children, United
HKA Hong Kong Alliance in support of Patriotic Democratic Movements in
China, Hong Kong, China;
HKCTU Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions, Hong Kong, China;
HKHRM Hong Kong Human Rights Monitor, Hong Kong, China;
HKJA Hong Kong Journalists Association, Hong Kong, China;
HKJPC Justice and Peace Commission of the Hong Kong Catholic Diocese,
Hong Kong, China;
HK Unison Hong Kong Unison, Hong Kong, China;
HRIC Human Rights in China, New York, United States of America;
HRW Human Rights Watch, Geneva, Switzerland;
HRWF Human Rights Without Frontiers International, Brussels, Belgium;
HZDHRGN Hua Zang Dharma Human Rights Group in Norway, Tromso Norway;
ICPC Independent Chinese Pen Centre, Hong Kong, China;
IFJ International Federation of Journalists, Brussels, Belgium;
ISC Internet Society of China, Beijing, China;
LFNKR Life Funds for North Korean Refugees, Tokyo, Japan;
LWU Lao Women's Union, Vientiane, Lao People's Democratic Republic;
MOVPAZ Movimiento Cubano por la Paz y la Soberania de los Pueblos/Cuban
Movement for Peace and Sovereignty of Peoples, Havana, Cuba
OSPAAL Organizacion de Solidaridad de Los Pueblos de Africa, Asia y
America Latina/ Cuba Organization of Solidarity of the Peoples of
Africa, Asia and Latin America, Havana, Cuba;
PEN-I Pen International, London, United Kingdom;
PHR Physicians for Human Rights, Cambridge, MA, United States of
RC Rights Campaign, Jiangsu province, China;
RPDCV Movimiento en Redes del Patrimonio y Diversidad Cultural de
Venezuela/Red del Patrimonio y Diversidad Cultural del Estado
Miranda, Venezuela;
SRI Reporters without borders, Paris France;
STP Society for Threatened Peoples, Göttingen, Germany;
STFA Swiss Tibetan Friendship Association, Zurich, Switzerland
TW Tibet Watch, London, United Kingdom;
UAPCFEHD The United Association of Petitioners of China Forced Evictions &
Home Demolitions, New York, United States of America;
UNJC Unión Nacional de Juristas de Cuba/National Union of Jurists of
Cuba, Cuba
UPEC Unión de Periodistas de Cuba/Union of Journalists of Cuba, Havana,
UNPO Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organizations, The Hague, The
VPDF Vietnam Peace and Development Foundation, Ha Noi, Viet Nam
Joint submissions
HKHRC Hong Kong Human Rights Commission - joint submission, A
coalition of eleven members, including Christians for Hong Kong
Society; Hong Kong Catholic Youth Council; Hong Kong Christian
Industrial Committee; Hong Kong Christian Institute; Hong Kong
Federation of Catholic Students; Hong Kong Social Workers’ General
Union; Hong Kong Storehouse and Transportation Staff Association;
Hong Kong Women Christian Council; Justice and Peace Commission
of the Hong Kong Catholic Diocese; Society for Community
Organization and Student Christian Movement of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong, China;
ITN International Tibet Network: Joint submission, ITN, San Francisco,
CA, United States of America, - a coalition of 185 Member Groups
from over 50 countries. Lead Authors are Tibet Justice Centre, Canada
Tibet Committee, Students for a Free Tibet, International Tibet
Network Secretariat, with the support of Australia Tibet Council;
JS1 Joint Submission 1: Uyghur Human Rights Project/Uyghur American
Association, Washington D.C., United States of America;
JS2 Joint Submission 2: The Chinese Working Women Network ,
Globalization Monitor, Labour Action China, Labour Education and
Service Network, Shenzhen and Hong Kong, China;
JS3 Joint Submission 3: Rainbow Action, Women Coalition of HKSAR
(WCHK), Hong Kong, China;
JS4 Joint Submission 4: National Committee for people who are infected
with HIV/AIDS due to blood infusion, Committee for women who are
infected with HIV/AIDS due to blood infusion, Ningling County,
Henan Province, Association for HIV/AIDS Prevention, Tuocheng
County, Henan Province, Beijing Aizhixing Institute, Beijing, China;
JS5 Joint Submission 5: Yunnan Province Gejiu Huyangshu Self Help
Group, Xiyi Institute of Cultural and Social Development, Kunming,
China, Beijing Aizhixing Institute, Beijing China;
JS6 Joint Submission 6: Lawyers for lawyers (L4L) Amsterdam, The
Netherlands, and Lawyers Rights Watch Canada (LRWC),
Vancouver, BC, Canada;
JS7 Joint Submission 7: Harm Reduction International (HRI) and
International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD), London,
United Kingdom
JS8 Joint Submission 8: Privacy International (PI), London, United
Kingdom, and the Law and Technology Centre of the University of
Hong Kong (HKU), Hong Kong, China;
JS9 Joint Submission 9: Front Line Defenders, Ireland and Chinese Urgent
Action Working Group, Beijing, China;
JS10 Joint Submission 10: Human Rights Law Foundation (HRLF),
Washington, DC, United States of America, Falun Dafa Information
Center (FDI), New York, United States of America, The Institute on
Religion & Democracy (IRD), Washington DC, United States of
America, Paul Marshall, Senior Fellow, Center for Religious
Freedom, Hudson Institute, Thierry Bécourt, President of
Coordination des Associations et des Particuliers pour la Liberté de
Conscience (CAPLC), Nantes, France, Greg Mitchell, President, The
Mitchell Firm, Sue Taylor, National Affairs Office
(Scientology),Union of Councils for Jews of the Former Soviet Union
(UCSJ), Washington, DC, United States of America, United
Macedonian Diaspora, Washington, D.C. United States of America;
JS11 Joint Submission 11: International Federation for Human Rights
(FIDH), Geneva, Switzerland, International Campaign for Tibet (ICT)
Washington DC, United States of America;
JS12 Joint Submission 12: International Environmental Law Project (IELP)
at Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon, United States of
America, on behalf of:
Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP),
Center for Research & Development Zimbabwe (CDZIM);
and Southern Africa Resource Watch (SARW), South Africa;
TWA Joint Submission: Tibetan Women's Association, India, Canada, North
America, Europe, Dharamsala, India.