IJSSH 2015 Vol.5(6): 546-552 ISSN: 2010-3646
DOI: 10.7763/IJSSH.2015.V5.515

The Abolition of Dual Administration of NGOs in China: Imperatives and Challenges

Yongjiao Yang, Xiongxiong Zhang, Delong Tang, and Mick Wilkinson
Abstract—The abolition of dual administration of NGOs in China has brought it with many challenges for development and governance of NGOs. In the context of China, the decisive role the government plays in NGOs development, which is criticized by many scholars, is the result of the Chinese history, political culture and also the need of NGOs. Suggestions for new approaches to NGO development with the abolition of dual administration are thus discussed from the perspective of value-based partnership between NGOs and the government, and securing public trust.

Index Terms—China, dual administration, NGO-government relation, partnership, public trust.

Yongjiao Yang is with the University of Hull, UK (e-mail: yangyongjiao11@gmail.com).
Xiongxiong Zhang is with the Durham University, UK.
Delong Tang is with the School of Humanities and Social sciences, University of Science Technology Beijing.
Mick Wilkinson is with the University of Hull.

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Cite: Yongjiao Yang, Xiongxiong Zhang, Delong Tang, and Mick Wilkinson, " The Abolition of Dual Administration of NGOs in China: Imperatives and Challenges," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 5, no. 6, pp. 546-552, 2015.

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