Working for foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs), such as environmental movements and foundations, in China is already tough. Since the beginning of 2017, a strict law has been in force in the People’s Republic that severely restricts the possibilities of NGOs. Among other things, it has since placed the work of all foreign NGOs under the supervision of the Ministry of State Security, which is known for its often rude and arbitrary approach. Previously, the much more moderate Ministry of Civil Affairs was responsible.
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