The Global Dissemination of China’s Poverty Alleviation Experience: Enhancing Human Rights through Poverty Reduction

Fu Shuju


China primarily utilizes the member state reporting system and the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) to showcase its success in poverty alleviation. However, there is still room for improvement, such as incomplete statistical data and information, a lack of transparency and explanation regarding domestic policies, and the use of Chinese-style language in reports that can be challenging for foreign audiences to comprehend. Therefore, China should fully acknowledge and earnestly work towards improvement. Solutions include consolidating achievements in poverty alleviation, refining and enriching experiences in poverty reduction, enhancing understanding of the significance of both international human rights monitoring mechanisms, establishing a unified and efficient poverty reduction information and statistics system, and promoting a consensus to further advance the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation and the creation of a community with a shared future for all mankind.

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