2010 Summit Host Committee

China NGO Network for International Exchanges (CNIE)

CNIE is a national non-profit social organization with 37 member organizations that have extensive domestic and external influence. CNIE is committed to widely associating itself with NGOs and nongovernmental personages both at home and abroad and to encouraging Chinese NGOs participation in exchanges and in cooperation with international NGOs for the enhancement of friendship among the peoples from various countries.

All-China Women’s Federation (ACWF)

Founded on April 3, 1949, ACWF unites Chinese women of all ethnic groups in all walks of life and promotes their advancement. The mission of ACWF is to represent and safeguard women’s rights and interests and to promote equality between women and men. ACWF further advocates for women’s self-esteem, self-confidence, self-reliance and self-improvement; helps enhance women’s overall competence and development; and actively develops friendly exchanges with women around the world to strengthen mutual understanding, friendship and cooperation.

Chinese Enterprise Confederation (CEC)

CEC was founded in March of 1979 as the first national business organization in China representing enterprises, entrepreneurs and business groups operating in China. CEC safeguards the legitimate rights and interests of enterprises and entrepreneurs (employers); promotes self-discipline among enterprises and entrepreneurs; serves as a bridge between government and enterprises; and coordinates the relations among enterprises, between enterprise and society, and between employers and labors.

China Women’s Chamber of Commerce (CWCC)

The China Women’s Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization of business women in China affiliated with the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce. The Chamber has a membership of 2315 outstanding representatives in both business and social circles. Thirty percent of the direct members own and manage assets worth above a hundred million Yuan.

Chinese Association of Women Entrepreneurs (CAWE)

CAWE has 46 group members and more than 10,000 individual members—all are successful women entrepreneurs, well known administrators, directors and managers. CAWE places great importance on the needs of women entrepreneurs; and creates bridges between female entrepreneurs and the government and between women entrepreneurs and women from all walks of life. It serves as an institution to train women entrepreneurs and create a harmonious family of women entrepreneurs.

Beijing NGO Association for International Exchanges

Beijing NGO Association for International Exchanges consists of Beijing NGOs in areas of science and education, culture and arts, sports and health, environmental protection, women and youth, welfare and relief, nationalities and religion, and human rights protection. The purpose of Beijing NGO is to promote the exchanges and cooperation of NGOs in Beijing with international NGOs through research and surveys, consultation, publication, training and organizing seminars, forums, lecture, tours, meetings, visits, and exhibitions.

Contemporary World

The Contemporary World, a comprehensive monthly started in 1981 and circulated both at home and overseas, is one of the national core journals on social sciences. Based on rich information resources and the research achievements of renowned experts on international issues, Contemporary World provides in-depth analysis of international relations and information about the politics, economy, military affairs, society, culture and life in various countries in a multi-perspective manner.