Society and Politics

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Supporting rule of law and participatory governance

Economic development and social progress require a mode of governance based on the rule of law. Furthermore, responsive and accountable governance should allow citizens to participate in the formulation of policies, particularly at the local level. Additionally, by improving efficiency, transparency and predictability of government interventions, citizens gain trust and confidence in state actions.

Germany and China have been engaged in various bilateral dialogue mechanisms on the rule of law and human rights. FES China and its Chinese partner institutions in politics and academia are also committed to exchanging experiences on fostering rule of law and participatory governance in different fields, including the development of human rights, the legal system as well as citizens' participation at the local and provincial level.

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Parliament Experts give Introduction about the Rules of Procedure of the German Bundestag

Dr. Thomas Hadamek and Dr. Michael Schäfer shared their insights about the functioning of the German Parliament.

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The 3rd Sino-German Forum for the Development of Human Rights

A Chinese delegation visited Berlin from the 24th-27th March for the 3rd Forum for the Development of Human Rights

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Shaping Social Cities: A Challenge for Politics and Administration in China and Germany

By 2025, China’s urban population is expected to increase by more than 160 million people, raising its urbanization rate to over 70 percent. This rapid growth puts great pressure on municipalities to deliver socially equitable services across social strata.

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