How to Get Involved…
China’s increasing interconnection with the outside world means that domestic governance in China no longer only affects the Chinese people, but also the world at large. Here at the Beijing Center for Policy Research we invite you to help us continue to promote good governance and political reform in China. To contribute to our work, you can:
Co-sponsor and support our activities
We seek partnerships with like-minded organizations or individuals to help improve our current programs or to create new ones. Our main sponsors are the Carter Center and Renmin University of China. We have also received support from the Ministry of Civil Affairs, the China Development Research Foundation, the Chinese University of Political Science and Law, the American Embassy in Beijing, and CLD Consultants (Beijing). To learn more about how we can cooperate, please contact Tang Jun at email@example.com.
Contribute to our funding
Monetary donations of any denomination can be made through mail. This money goes towards expansion of our staff, research activities, and other expenses directly related to our work. As a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization, we truly need and appreciate your generosity and support. For more information, please contact Tang Jun at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internship and volunteer program
The Carter Center-China Program and Beijing Center for Policy Research offer unique opportunities for undergraduate juniors and seniors, recent graduates, and graduate students who are interested in contemporary Chinese affairs. The internship and volunteer program is designed to further the professional development of students and has special appeal for capable individuals passionate about China’s socio-economic and political developments and those who wish to combine academic study with practical application and experience in China. For more information please contact email@example.com.
To learn about the internship at The Carter Center, please go to www.cartercenter.org/internships
The Carter Center and Beijing Center for Policy Research offers similarly unique opportunities for qualified professionals who are interested in our program areas. Our part-time opportunity is designed to further professional development and exposure to China with a special appeal for capable graduates and journalists in Chinese development issues. Those who wish to be active and consistent participants in our activities please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donate books and journals
In our efforts to stay abreast of the current affairs and scholarly discourse that surrounds issues of development and governance in China we readily accept donations for books and academic journals.? Being one of the premier platforms of discussion and news sources for American and Chinese policy makers, professionals, and scholars we often rely on our collections and subscriptions.? For more information please contact email@example.com.