Quick Steps, Incremental Reform—Shenzhen Social Organization Registration Management System Reform

in The China Nonprofit Review
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This case study describes the process of Shenzhen’s social organizations registration and management system reform in the past ten years. Shenzhen has taken three modest reform measures, including the disconnection of trade associations from administrative departments, direct registration of trade associations and expanded range of direct registration, which has lowered the threshold for the registration of social organizations and kindled the vigor of social organizations. In line with the reform and devolution of city-level departments of civil affairs, different districts have made efforts to experiment and innovate with new policies, issuing reform plans regarding the filing of community social organizations, the incubation of social organizations, etc.

Quick Steps, Incremental Reform—Shenzhen Social Organization Registration Management System Reform

in The China Nonprofit Review

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CuiJie “Nanshan District’s Exploration of the Mode of Social Organization Incubation” Nanfang Daily 2011 November 3

WangMing An Introduction to Social Organization 2010 Beijing China Social Sciences Press

ZhongLiang “The Direct Registration of Social Organizations is Possible: An Interview with Ma Hong, Director General of Shenzhen Bureau of Management of Nongovernmental Organizations” 21st Century Business Herald 2012 March 2

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