400000

NGOs currently active in China


NGOs cover various fields including education development and poverty alleviation
170000

registered charities in the UK


The number of charities in the country has increased considerably over the past few decades.
  • Environmental protection, labor rights, and women’s rights are major issues currently facing NGOs in China.
  • NPOs in Japan act as businesses rather than community volunteer organizations. This is because the majority are government contractors, providing social services at the behest of government agencies.
  • The main NPO’s in Japan collaborate with several different companies to spread awareness of struggling communities and people. These NPO’s are similar to the ones that collaborate with different organizations.
  • Vietnam has several successful charities centered around saving the children who are victims to hunger.

Recently, CRCC Asia interns have been involved in the following projects:

Writing

Writing the English language monthly newsletter and weekly blogs including a summary of new initiatives, news on corporate developments and fundraising activities.

Operations

Devising and organizing activities and presentations for a summit with the Jane Goodall Institute, a youth community charity.

Meetings and Discussion

Sourcing and attending meetings with relevant lobbying organizations to discuss cooperation with a labor NGO.

Sample Company

Specialism: 

Social Welfare

The organization is active worldwide, campaigning for children’s rights and delivering immediate and lasting improvements to the lives of children globally. Recently, they launched their most expansive global initiative concentrating on the UN Millennium Development Goals to reduce maternal and child mortality rates by 75% and 66% from 1990 levels.

The organization focuses on working in China’s poorer western regions while its most recent work addresses the challenges faced by migrant children.

Sarah Wilson Knight

NGOs, Charities & Not for Profit


Fidan Tapdigova

NGOs, Charities & Not for Profit


Malisa Radic

NGOs, Charities & Not for Profit


Richmond University

Jamie Baird

NGOs, Charities & Not for Profit


School of Art, Institute of Chicago

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    Interning through CRCC was one of the best decisions for me - I was able to improve my Chinese language skills, I made great friends and I have since leveraged this international experience to secure a role in my area of interest...

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    Law, Shanghai
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    I would strongly advise anyone considering a CRCC Asia programme to just apply because that is what I did and it was one of the best decisions I made. In Irish we say, "De réir a chéile a thógtar na caisleáin" which loosely translates to "As time passes, castles are built". Time in China flew in and it changed me for the better...

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    Law, Shenzhen
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    Daniel Pilipczyk
    Internship Program, Beijing
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    Law, Shenzhen
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    When looking back at my two month internship, it is an experience I will value for the rest of my life. I would highly recommend anyone at university or who has graduated to apply. Experiences like these are valuable and hard to come by...

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    Marketing, Generation UK China Programme, Beijing
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    Green Tech, Beijing, University of Edinburgh
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    Green Tech, Shanghai, University of Derby
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    Finance, Generation UK China Programme, Shanghai
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    Christine Lisowski
    Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, USA
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    Eleanor Wolverson
    Business, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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