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On 1 July 2021, the Communist Party of China (CPC) begins celebrations for the 100th anniversary of its founding. Of all the CPC has accomplished in this period, the elimination of extreme poverty is unquestionably among its most impressive and historically significant achievements. This webinar explores how China has been able to carry out the most extensive poverty alleviation program in history and what lessons there are for humanity.

Published on Friends of Socialist China, June 26, 2021

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* Senator Mushahid Hussain (Chairman, Senate Foreign Affairs Committee and Pakistan-China Institute, Pakistan)

* Li Jingjing (Reporter for CGTN, China)

* Utsa Patnaik (Marxist economist, India)

* Ovigwe Eguegu (Columnist for the China Africa Project, Nigeria)

* Camila Escalante (Broadcast journalist, producer, presenter for Kawsachun News, Bolivia)

* Roland Boer (Professor of Marxist philosophy in the School of Marxism at Dalian University of Technology, China)

* Mick Dunford (Emeritus Professor, University of Sussex, Visiting Professor, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

* John Ross (Senior Fellow at Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China)

* Qiao Collective (Collective of diaspora Chinese challenging US aggression on China)

* Tings Chak (Lead Designer/Researcher at Tricontinental Institute and Dongsheng News)

* Chair: Radhika Desai (Professor of Political Studies, University of Manitoba, Director, Geopolitical Economy Research Group)

About the organisers

Friends of Socialist China is a new platform based on supporting the People’s Republic of China and promoting understanding of Chinese socialism. Its website (edited by Danny Haiphong, Keith Bennett and Carlos Martinez) aims to consolidate the best articles and videos related to China and Chinese socialism, along with original analysis.

The Geopolitical Economy Research Group is a policy institute based at the University of Manitoba and run by Radhika Desai and Alan Freeman. It analyses and proposes policy alternatives for managing the interaction of national economies and states to promote human development and mutual benefit in today’s multipolar world.


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