ICNL Co-Organizes Comparative Seminar on International Charity Law in Beijing, China

15 December 2004

In October 2004, the China Charity Federation organized a comparative seminar on international charity law. Co-organizers included ICNL, the Brigham Young University Law School, General Motors Corporation China, and LDS Charities. The principal sponsors were the Ford Foundation and the Aga Khan Development Network, France. The purpose of the Conference was to discuss the legal structures that govern the establishment and operation of charitable organizations in a number of major representative countries. The conference received high-level governmental backing in China, and follow-up activities are being developed.

The seminar brought together an impressive array of global civil society experts from Australia, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, South Africa, the UK, the US, and elsewhere. We invite you to read reports prepared by these experts by clicking on the following links.