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05/24/2016 -《美国之音》时事大家谈:新婚之夜抄党章:“党性”压倒“人性”? 嘉宾: 杨建利 夏业良

Posted by on May 24, 2016 in 新聞 | Comments Off on 05/24/2016 -《美国之音》时事大家谈:新婚之夜抄党章:“党性”压倒“人性”? 嘉宾: 杨建利 夏业良

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05/24/2016 – 《美国之音》时事大家谈:习近平打造“习近平思想”? 嘉宾:杨建利 夏业良

Posted by on May 24, 2016 in 新聞 | Comments Off on 05/24/2016 – 《美国之音》时事大家谈:习近平打造“习近平思想”? 嘉宾:杨建利 夏业良

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05/20/2016 – 《美国之音》焦点对话 杨建利

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05/19/2016 – 《自由亚洲电台》“辛辣时政厅”在文革发动50周年之际推出有关文革的记忆和笑话 主持人:景萱 杨建利

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05/18/2016 – 第十一届族群青年领袖研习营特别报道(四) 公民力量团队报告和推动“六四申遗”和“寻找坦克人”项目 《公民议报》 记者 周宏

Posted by on May 18, 2016 in 新聞 | Comments Off on 05/18/2016 – 第十一届族群青年领袖研习营特别报道(四) 公民力量团队报告和推动“六四申遗”和“寻找坦克人”项目 《公民议报》 记者 周宏

Source: http://www.yibaochina.com/FileView.aspx?FileIdq=6660 公民力量团队报告和推动“六四申遗”和“寻找坦克人”项目 (5/18/2016 ) 周宏   第十一届族群青年领袖研习营特别报道(四) 公民力量团队报告和推动“六四申遗”和“寻找坦克人”项目 《公民议报》 记者 周宏 报道 2016年5月10日 第十届族群青年领袖研习营于4月28日至5月1日在印度达兰萨拉召开。研习营的第三天的下午集中对共同工作的项目进行讨论。研习营设置了“六四申遗”的专题讲座,主讲人是公民力量的负责人韩联潮博士,讲座有法国著名的记者郭玉(Ursula Gauthier,中文又称高洁)主持。 所谓“六四申遗”就是把六四屠杀的图像、音像、实物、文献资料列入联合问教科文组织的世界记忆名录,这个活动是公民力量在去年12月10日刘晓波获得诺贝尔和平奖5周年时发起,韩联潮博士主持这个项目。 韩联潮博士向与会者详细介绍了为了完成项目目标所需要的专业的资料收集整理和呈交工作以及所需要的外交游说和宣传的工作内容,他说与欧洲、香港和日本的朋友合作相应的几个团队基本上建立起来,今年6月3日将召开国际连线电视会议制定工作计划同时进行公开宣示。韩博士告诉与会者,“六四申遗”的工作所建立的经验以及学界、新闻界和外交界的关系和专业团队都会为其他群体所涉及的历史事件申遗奠定基础。 在下午的讨论共同工作项目时段,公民力量创办人杨建利博士以六四屠杀见证人的身份向研习营的出席者介绍另外一个与“六四申遗”同一天发起的项目——寻找坦克人。他说:北京长安街上那张“二十世纪最重要的照片之一”所定格的一个人与国家暴力对峙的典型时刻并没有沉入历史。二十多年来,整个世界都在询问:坦克人在哪里? 同时,我们也不能忘记,在中共的屠城死命令之下,在坦克人的对面驾驶坦克的士兵没有碾轧没有开枪,最符合逻辑的猜测就是良知让他拒绝了命令,他也是英雄。美国的《时代》杂志也曾提出:“坦克人照片中的英雄有两个:未知人的身影冒着生命危险站在重型坦克面前,以及冒着道德挑战的驾驶员拒绝辗毙他的同胞。” 这两个坦克人的命运至今无人得知,然而我们必须知道,我们有责任寻找他们。为此,我们调动全球向习近平询问两个坦克人下落。 公民力量团队推出的这两个项目在研习营上引起巨大反响,在研习营通过的共同宣言中被列为共同行动项目。...

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05/17/2016 – Deccan Herald: Reports on 11th Interethnic Interfaith Leadership Conference by Anirban Bhaumik

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05/15/2016 – A Chinese Spring is, of course, probable, says this dissident leader By Ramesh Ramachandran, DNA India

Posted by on May 15, 2016 in News | Comments Off on 05/15/2016 – A Chinese Spring is, of course, probable, says this dissident leader By Ramesh Ramachandran, DNA India

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05/15/2016 – 这位异议领袖说:中国之春当然是可能的 DNA India (印度每日新闻和分析)

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05/05/2016 – 第十一届族群青年领袖研习营特别报道(三) 公民力量颁发第二届公民力量奖,全体出席者为郭飞雄呼吁 《公民议报》 记者 何佳

Posted by on May 5, 2016 in 新聞 | Comments Off on 05/05/2016 – 第十一届族群青年领袖研习营特别报道(三) 公民力量颁发第二届公民力量奖,全体出席者为郭飞雄呼吁 《公民议报》 记者 何佳

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Open up or break up, dissident Yang Jianli tells China

Posted by on May 4, 2016 in Civil Movement, News | Comments Off on Open up or break up, dissident Yang Jianli tells China

Source: http://www.catchnews.com/international-news/open-up-or-break-up-dissident-yang-jianli-tells-china-1462299461.html Chinese dissident leader Yang Jianli, the moving force behind the Interfaith Conference of China’s ethnic and religious minorities in Dharamsala recently, is not unduly disturbed by the cancellation of visas of some dissident leaders by India. He pointed out that despite the cancellation of four visas due to China’s protest, 69 participants, including at least eight Chinese activists and Uyghur American Association’s president Ilshat Hsan, had attended the conference. “The cancellation of the visas of Dolkun Isa, Lu Jinghua and Ray Wong is a matter of regret. But the Indian media has overlooked one vital fact: that the conference itself was held, and that India allowed it to be held for the first time on its soil says a lot about the government’s position,” he said. He cautioned against coming to quick conclusions about India being “weak” in reacting to China’s protest. Yang is president of Initiatives for China, a US-based organisation dedicated to working for a peaceful transition to democracy in China. He has a doctorate from Harvard University, and is co-author of a democratic Constitution for China. He went back to China after completing his Ph.D to organise the labour movement for non-violent change. He was arrested and jailed for five years on charges of “spying” . He was released after UN intervention, and has since launched Initiatives for China. Catch caught up with him while he was en route from Dharamsla to the US. Excerpts from the hour-long chat with Yang Jianli: What was the aim of the Interfaith Conference you organised in Dharamsala? This conference was first held in 2000, and is intended to expand a dialogue we have had with the Tibetans for a decade, to include others – the Uyghurs, the Mongolians, Christians, the followers of Falun Gong and the people of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. They share a common desire for complete freedom from the yoke of China’s communist regime. We have held this conference mostly in the US and twice in Taiwan. Now, we want to take it around the globe – especially to countries that are strategically important for China. We think that our conference can influence policy making towards China, and the views of civil society in these countries about China. India is strategically very important for China, and we wanted to honour the Dalai Lama in his place of work. Also, we are a non-violent movement and India is the home of Mahatma Gandhi. In fact, in 2000, our first Interfaith Conference was held on Gandhi’s birthday, 2 October. What is common among the various persecuted ethnic and religious minorities of China? The Uyghur movement is ethnic and religious but violent; the Tibetan movement is ethnic and religious but non-violent; the Mongolians are an ethnic minority, while the Christians and Falun Gong practitioners are religious minorities; and the demands of the people of Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau are not religious. How can faith/religion bring them together? I think we are united by the principles of tolerance and understanding as well as our common desire to achieve freedom from China’s communist regime. You said that the Uyghurs are violent. But those Uyghurs we work with are non-violent. Dolkun Isa, to whom India denied a visa, is a non-violent human rights activist. I have worked with...

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