Dui Hua, a nonprofit humanitarian organization, hosted the very first International Symposium of “Girls in Conflict with the Law“. This virtual event took place over twelve webinar sessions. During the final session, A-List Communication provided interpretation services where leading juvenile justice experts from China’s Supreme Court spoke about how offending girls in China are protected under the law.
The symposium examined a range of topics re: offending girls through international perspectives. The webinars have been attended by more than 150 people in 18 countries.
‘Dui Hua’ means ‘dialogue’ in Chinese. Dui Hua foundation is the only human rights group that conducts direct dialogue on human rights in China with the Chinese government, the US government, and like-minded governments worldwide. Dui Hua seeks clemency and better treatment for at-risk detainees through the promotion of universally recognized human rights in a well-informed, mutually respectful dialogue with China. Dui Hua focuses on political and religious prisoners, juvenile justice, women in prison, and issues in criminal justice.
The video above captures the interpreting portions by Amanda Peeters from A-List Communication. To see all the webinars, please click on “Webinars” below.