Wei Jingsheng Foundation News and Article Release Issue: A311-W165

魏京生基金会新闻与文章发布号:A311-W165

 

Release Date: November 17, 2007

发布日:2007年11月17日

 

Topic: A Brief Summary of Wei Jingsheng’s Activities and Efforts in the Last 5 Years

标题:魏京生先生自2003年初至2007年11月的部分公开活动一览表

 

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A Brief Summary of Wei Jingsheng’s Activities and Efforts in the Last 5 Years

 

 

Ten year ago, on November 17, 1997, under international pressure, especially by the then US President Bill Clinton, Mr. Wei Jingsheng was released from jail and sent to exile in the USA.  Before that time, Wei Jingsheng was China's most prominent dissident after spending more than 18 years in jail for advocating democracy.  After that time, he became the most visible freedom fighter and democracy movement leader for the Chinese people, and for the world peace, on the international stage.

 

On this date of the 10th anniversary of Mr. Weis freedom, we have compiled a short list of Mr. Weis public activities that have been published and might reflect only small portion of his work in the public in the last 5 years.

 

-- Ciping Huang

Wei Jingsheng Foundation

 

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Wei Jingsheng's Notable Public Activities Over the Last Five Years

 

Annual activities through news media include but are not limited to the following:

 

1. Over 50 commentaries/interviews/reports each year on Radio Free Asia;

 

2. Over 10 interviews/reports/TV debates and call-in programs each year at Voice of America;

 

3. Over 30 items of various articles/reports/interviews each year via mainstream Western media, such as Washington Times, International Herald Tribune, Figaro, USA Today, etc.

 

4. Over 80 reports/interviews and other form of publications each year on DaJiYuan newspaper, Sound of Hope, New Tang Dynasty and other magazines and media in Hong Kong, Taiwan, North America and Europe.

 

5. Over 200 reports/interviews/articles/reprints/books written by and on him, and other form of publications on him on other Chinese news media and the Internet.

 

6. Google search: 256,000 items in his name in English; 108,000 items in his name in Chinese.

 

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Summary of Wei Jingsheng's activities from Beginning of 2003 to November 2007

 

 

October 31, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng and Huang Ciping meet with US Under Secretary Paula Dobriansky regarding Chinese democracy progress.

 

October 19, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng joins VOA TV debate program "Pro and Con" on the 17th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party.

 

October 17, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng and Huang Ciping attend the Congressional Gold Medal Ceremony in Honor of the 14th Dalai Lama on the invitation of Speaker Pelosi and meet with both the Dalai Lama and Speaker Pelosi as VIP guests.

 

September 8, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at a rally held by Amnesty International of Australia during the APEC meeting.

 

September 7, 2007:

Special report of Wei Jingsheng: Dissident's China Warning, was published by Courier Mail of Australia.

 

September 7, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng holds a joint working conference of the Overseas Chinese Democracy Coalition and the China Freedom and Democracy Party in Sydney, Australia.

 

September 6, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng and others demonstrate and protest the Chinese government's persecution of human rights at a large rally in Sydney (reported by Agence France Presse, Central News Agency, Epoch Times, etc.).

 

September 5, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng joins experts in discussion at a forum on China during the APEC meeting at the Parliament House in Sydney, Australia.

 

September 5, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at the Sydney Human Rights Award Ceremony in Sydney's Parliament House; which almost caused a major diplomatic storm (reported by VOA, Daily Telegraph, BoXun News, Epoch Times, etc.).

 

September 4, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng and Overseas Chinese dissidents meet Australia Greens Parliamentary Leader, Senator Bob Brown, and others.

 

September 2, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng gives seminar and speech to reporters in Brisbane, Australia on the topic of Chinese Communists using the Olympic Games to simulate peace and prosperity.

 

Early June 2007:

Wei Jingsheng visits Japan in an effort to attend 18th anniversary of June 4 Memorial Service in Tokyo.

 

May 25/26, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng attends the 1st International Forum for Tibetan Freedom in Turin, Italy.

 

May 5, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, an event organized by the Foreign Policy Research Institute, the National Constitution Center and National Liberty Museum.

 

April 18, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng talks to and discusses with Chinese viewers and audience via VOA Current Affairs program about the current situation and challenges facing the Overseas Chinese democracy movement.

 

April 10, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng meets with US Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, Barry Lowenkron.

 

March 10, 2007:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at the rally in New York in support of the Tibetan Uprising Against Chinese Communists.

 

February 2007:

Wei Jingsheng's "Class Conflict May Lead to Civil War" published in "Open Argument" of Yale Law School.

 

December 23, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng attends and speaks at Tibetans' International Conference in New York.

 

December 11, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at the European Parliament, urging Europe to keep the arms embargo on China to prevent war.

 

December 5, 2004:

The 3rd annual Wei Jingsheng Chinese Democracy Champion Prize was awarded to Mr. Lin Mu, Mr. Guo FeiXiong and Mr. Zhou ZhiRong.

 

November 10, 2006

Wei Jingsheng's speaks at "China's Global Strategy and Inner Crisis" Forum in New York City.

 

Late October - early November, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng visits Japan for the first Time - receives media interviews and gives speeches, as well as expresses gratitude to friends who once helped him.

 

November 3, 2006

Wei Jingsheng meets with Japanese human rights lawyers organization.

 

October 30, 2006:

A press conference held in the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan for Mr. Wei Jingsheng.  Over 20 foreign press agencies of TV, radio, newspaper, and wire services attend.

 

October 28, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng as the chief speaker at the "Future China Forum" in Tokyo.

 

October 26, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng meets with Japanese members of the Diet; urges Japan to block the Chinese Communist and North Korea from playing with nuclear weapons.

 

October 9, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng's article "Two ways to fight corruption" published in the International Herald Tribune.

 

October 2006:

Led by Wei Jingsheng, the Overseas Chinese Democracy Coalition petitions to IOC President Mr. Jacques Rogge for Chinese human rights.  Thousands of people's signatures were collected.

 

September 30, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng hosts the Overseas Chinese Democracy Coalition Europe Meeting in Frankfurt, Germany.

 

September 26, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng and Huang Ciping with Transnational Radical Party give a briefing at the United Nation's Human Rights Council, in Geneva, Switzerland.

 

September 22/23, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng receives "Stefano Bellaveglia Award" by Fondazione Liberal and delivers speech in Siena University, Siena, Italy.

 

September 19, 2006:

At the Democratic Free Asia Leaders Conference in the US Capitol, the Asia Democracy Alliance was established and elects Wei Jingsheng as its President.

 

July 31, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng meets with US Under Secretary of State for Democracy and Global Affairs, Paula Dobriansky.

 

Early June, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng visits New Zealand, speaks at seminars on the Chinese Cultural Revolution and 1989 Democracy Movement in Auckland and Wellington.

 

May 19, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng invited to appear at Voice of America "Pro and Con" TV/Radio Program on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Chinese Cultural Revolution.

 

May 17, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng visits Germany and gathers with Chinese democracy advocators.

 

May 13, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng meets with students at Soka University of America, California.

 

May 11 - 13, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng is a Keynote Speaker of the Labor Rights Forum in Orange Country, California, and has a meeting with the leaders of the Vietnamese human rights and labor movement.

 

April 26, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng meets with Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, Barry Lowenkron.

 

April 15, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng helps Huang Ciping to deliver Gao QinSheng's letter to President Bush.  Gao is the mother of jailed Chinese journalist Shi Tao, who entrusted Huang with her letter.

 

April 14, 2006:

Wer Jingsheng meets with Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of International Organization Affairs of the US State Department, Mark Lagon, about UN and human rights.

 

March 12, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at the Worldwide Center for Quitting the CCP and The Epoch Times' rally in front of the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC, USA.

 

February 27, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng and Huang Ciping send a letter to the President of IOC concerning Chinese human rights abuses associated with Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.

 

February 6, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng meets with US Congressional China Caucus Founder and Co-Chairman J. Randy Forbes, discusses wide range of issues related to China.

 

January 6, 2006:

Wei Jingsheng's article "Smoke, Mirrors and Chinese Pipe Dreams" published by Times Higher Education Supplement, United Kingdom.

 

December 20, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng meets with US Congressional Human Rights Caucus Co-Chairman Frank Wolf, discuss working together to prevent a war and to advocate human rights.

 

December 13, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng meets with Democratic House Leader Pelosi in the US Capitol, committed to further work on China issues.

 

December 5, 2005:

The 2nd annual Wei Jingsheng Chinese Democracy Champion Prize was awarded to Mr. Yu DongYue, Mr. Wu YiLong and Mr. Chen Xi.

 

November 25, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng Speaks on Taiwan at the UNPO's Conference in The Hague, Netherlands, calls on the Europe Union to keep the arms embargo on China.

 

October 28-30, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng invited to speak at the annual meeting of the North America Division of the Alliance under Three People's Principle in New York.

 

September 26, 2005

Wei Jingsheng is an invited speaker for the 12th Congress of IFCSS (Independent Federation of Chinese Students and Scholars) in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

 

September 24, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at University of Chicago in commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the World War II victory.

 

September 1, 2005:

In an interview with Bill Gertz of the Washington Times, Wei Jingsheng warns against the U.S. being oblivious to China's march to war with Taiwan.

 

July 22, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng attends a rally in front of the Lincoln Memorial, encouraging Chinese people to quit the Chinese Communist Party.

 

July 19, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at the North Korea Freedom Conference, Sponsored by Freedom House, calling on the audience not to forget the suffering of the North Koreans

 

July 10, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng speaks on the Dalai Lama and the current state of Tibet at an event in Virginia celebrating the Dalai Lama's 70'th Birthday.

 

June 18, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at a rally protesting the Vietnamese Prime Minister's visit to the White House, expressing his desire to work together with the Vietnamese people to achieve their goals of human rights and democracy.

 

Mid-June 2005:

Wei Jingsheng gives a lecture/rally tour in Scandinavia, speaking mainly on the current state of China and a China without Communism.

 

Period Around June 4th, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng gives a Nine-Country European lecture tour on China's present and future.

 

May 30, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at a forum in the French Parliament in Paris, talking about Chinese Communism, human rights, and the Taiwan issue.

 

May 6-7, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at an international conference in Prague on Post-Communist Russia, China, and Eastern Europe.

 

April 18-25, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng lobbies in Europe, especially Germany and France, to prevent the European Union from lifting its arm sales embargo to China, and meets with Count Otto Graf Lambsdorff and others.

 

April 8-22, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng leads the Overseas Chinese Democracy Coalition (OCDC) attending the 61st U.N. Human Rights Commission in Geneva, and arranges events about Chinese human rights.

 

April 8-10, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng presents his 2005 review of the state and prospects of the Chinese democracy movement at the 6th OCDC conference in Ferney, France, as the founder and chairman of the organization.  Representatives came from 16 countries on the 4 continents of North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, attended the conference.

 

April 11, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng organizes a briefing on Chinese human rights conditions in the United Nations compound during the UN 61st Human Rights Commission in Geneva, Switzerland.

 

March 24, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng meets with State Department official Michael Kozak about Chinese human rights.

 

March 19, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at a rally for quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in front of the U.S. Capitol.

 

February 20, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at a forum in Paris, France, saying that the purpose of the 9 Commentaries on the Communist Party was to have Chinese people see the nature of the CCP.

 

February 16-18, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng invited to ISFIT in Norway as the keynote speaker for the bi-annual international student festival.

 

February 13, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng gives a keynote speech in a forum in the Netherlands reminding people that the Communist Party is against its own people.

 

January 22-23, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng attends and speaks at the Freedom Day Celebration in Taiwan held by the World League for Freedom and Democracy.

 

January 8, 2005:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at a rally on the "Anti-Secession" law and points out that this law is the Chinese Government's "legal excuse" to attack Taiwan

 

January 2005:

Wei Jingsheng Foundation is informed that Wei Jingsheng was nominated for the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize.

 

December 20, 2004:

Wei met with State Department officials about the deterioration of the Chinese human rights situation and to call on them to put pressure on the Chinese government.

 

December 18, 2004:

Wei gives a keynote speech in a forum in Washington, D.C. about the collapse of Chinese Communism.

 

December 11, 2004:

In an interview with Voice of America, Wei emphasizes the need for an independent Chinese labor union.

 

December 5, 2004:

The 1st annual Wei Jingsheng Chinese Democracy Champion Prize is awarded to Mr. Hu Shigen and Mr. Liu Xianbin.

 

July 29, 2004:

Wei Jingsheng's article to Dean Anne-Marie Slaughter of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University is published as the leading issue of My America: Letters to Americans at OpenDemocracy.net.

 

July 20, 2004:

In an interview with Voice of America, Wei Jingsheng says that the Chinese government's admitting China's worsening poverty is an indication of internal political struggles, as different factions expose one another to gain power for themselves.

 

June 4, 2004:

Wei Jingsheng attends a rally in Paris commemorating the 15th anniversary of the June 4 massacre.

 

June 2, 2004:

Wei Jingsheng speaks at a Reporters Without Borders press conference in commemoration of the June 4 Events, reminiscing about the heroic democracy movement of 1989.

 

May 11, 2004:

Wei Jingsheng attends the 10th Anniversary of Vietnamese Human Rights Day in the U.S. Senate, warning attendees about the dangers of dictatorships grouping together.

 

April 26, 2004:

Wei Jingsheng's message is delivered to the Tibetan Hunger Strikers, where he encourages the protesters to continue their efforts even if the Chinese government negotiates on Tibet because the Chinese government is not a sincere negotiator.

 

April 15, 2004:

Wei Jingsheng leads a briefing inside the United Nations Geneva compound regarding the deterioration of the Chinese human rights situation.

 

April 13, 2004:

Wei Jingsheng speaks in front of the 60th United Nations Commission on Human Rights (UNHCHR) on the suffering of Chinese migrant workers.

 

April 10-11, 2004:

Wei Jingsheng organizes and hosts the 5th Overseas Chinese Democracy Coalition Congress of OCDC in Annemasse, France.

 

April 6, 2004:

Wei attends and speaks at a rally for Tibet in front of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, reiterating his support for those on hunger strike to protest the Chinese government's treatment of Tibet.

 

April 2004:

In a video interview with Voice of America, Wei speaks about Hong Kong, SARS, and China, and takes questions from the audience.

 

March 16, 2004:

Wei attends a press conference on workers' rights sponsored by AFL-CIO, suggesting that the U.S. government should take legal action to stop the Chinese government's suppression of its workers.

 

January 29, 2004:

Wei attends the 2003 Sakharov Prize Ceremony in Brussels as an invited guest as a Sakharov Prize winner in 1996.  Wei Jingsheng meets UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan and President of European Parliament Pat Cox.

 

January 2004:

Wei Jingsheng is informed that he is nominated for the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize.

 

December 10, 2003:

Wei attends the 25th anniversary celebration of the International Human Rights Law Group (now known as Global Rights).  Wei is on the Honorary Committee for the event.

 

November 22, 2003: 

Wei Jingsheng is the keynote speaker for a China issues public forum in Rockville, Maryland on the Status & Counter Measures of Deteriorating Human Rights in China. 

 

October 24, 2003:

MBC (Munhwa Broadcasting Corp.) of South Korea interviews Wei Jingsheng.

 

September 30, 2003:

Wei Jingsheng gives a lecture at John Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies at the invitation of professor and author Ms. Anne Thurston. 

 

September 15, 2003:

In an interview with Voice of America, Wei called for an end to China's reeducation-through-labor system.

 

August 19, 2003:

Wei Jingsheng Meets U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Lorne Craner.

 

July 10, 2003:

Wei Jingsheng testifies at the Human Rights Caucus of the US Congress about recent human rights conditions in China.

 

June 28, 2003:

Wei Jingsheng is invited to a large rally in Washington DC to speak against Hong Kong Article 23.

 

June 17, 2003:

Wei Jingsheng is invited to deliver a speech in Washington, DC about putting all dictators of the world on trial.

 

April 28, 2003:

Wei's article on SARS is published in the International Herald Tribune.

 

March 9, 2003:

WEI Jingsheng is invited to Atlanta and delivers a keynote speech to the Global Alliance for Democracy and Peace (GADP)

 

January 2003:

Wei Jingsheng is informed of being nominated for the 2003 Nobel Peace Prize.

 

 

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Wei Jingsheng Foundation News and Article Release Issue: A311-W165

魏京生基金会新闻与文章发布号:A311-W165

 

Release Date: November 17, 2007

发布日:2007年11月17日

 

Topic: A Brief Summary of Wei Jingsheng’s Activities and Efforts in the Last 5 Years

标题:魏京生先生自2003年初至2007年11月的部分公开活动一览表

 

Original Language Version: English (Chinese version at the end)

此号以英文为准(英文在前,中文在后)

 

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编者的话:

 

十年前的今天,在国际社会的压力下,尤其是当时的美国总统克林顿的交涉下,魏京生得以从狱中放出,来到美国。在那之前,魏京生为了民主入狱18年,是世界上最知名的中国政治犯。在那之后,魏京生不屈不饶,克服种种困难,成为国际上最注目的为中国的民主与自由、为世界的和平而奋争的勇士。

 

在魏京生获得自由十周年的今天,我们将他最近这五年的公开活动列出一部分,以使大家有更多的了解。

 

-- 黄慈萍

 

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魏京生先生在过去的五年中的公开活动包括有常规性的媒体报道与采访。其中包括:

1. 每年50次以上的自由亚洲电台的评论、采访和报道;

2. 每年10次以上的美国之音的采访、报道及辩论节目;

3. 每年30次以上的西方及国际主要媒体的报道和采访;

4. 每年80次以上的香港、台湾、北美及欧洲各媒体的有关报道、评论及其他形式的出版发行;

5. 共计200 余次与魏京生有关的书籍出版发行以及网络文章。

6.google网上搜寻: 英文256,000项;中文108,000项。

 

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魏京生先生自2003年初至2007年11月的部分公开活动一览

 

 

2007年10月31日

魏京生与美国主管民主与全球事务的副国务卿杜布然斯基举行工作会议。

 

2007年10月19日

魏京生参加美国之音“焦点对话”节目,就中共17大的发表看法。

 

2007年10月17日

魏京生应邀出席达赖喇嘛的美国国会金质奖章的颁奖仪式;参加佩洛西议长为贵宾另行举行的招待会并与达赖喇嘛会面。

 

2007年9月8日

魏京生在澳洲参加APEC大赦国际抗议集会,抗议中共人权迫害。

 

2007年9月7日

澳洲昆士兰的第一大报昆士兰信使报发表对魏京生的专访“持不同政见者对中国的警告”。

 

2007年9月7日

魏京生主持中国民运海外联席会议暨中国自由民主党工作会议。

 

2007年9月6日

魏京生等人在悉尼大型集会 “中共必须立即停止屠杀”向胡锦涛示威,抗议中国迫害人权(法新社/中央社/大纪元报道)。

 

2007年9月5日

魏京生与各路精英汇集悉尼,出席研讨会,探讨中国出路。

 

2007年9月5日

魏京生参加中国异议和维权人士在悉尼举行的颁奖仪式。

 

2007年9月4日

澳洲绿党党魁布朗与魏京生等中国海外异见人士座谈(纽西兰新报)。

 

2007年9月2日

魏京生在澳大利亚的布里斯本演讲并接受采访:中共拿奥运粉饰太平。

 

2007年6月初:

魏京生访问日本,以参加东京举行的6.4屠杀18周年聚会活动。

 

2007年5月25/26日

魏京生在意大利都灵参加首届国际自由西藏论坛,并作为贵宾发言。

 

2007年5月5日:

魏京生在美国国立宪法中心演讲:“没有自由地活着:中国文革及其它”(主办单位:外国政策研究学院,美国国立宪法中心,国家自由博物院)。

 

2007年4月18日:

魏京生在美国之音“时事大家谈”节目上与中国观众与听众讨论中国海外民主运动的现状和面临的挑战。

 

2007年4月10日:

魏京生与美国主管人权、民主与劳工事务的助理国务卿劳文克龙会谈。

 

2007年3月10日:

魏京生在支持西藏人民的抗暴斗争集会发表讲演,纪念1959年拉萨人民惨遭中共的屠杀。

2007年2月:

魏京生在耶鲁大学法学院的月刊《公开争论》发表文章:“中国的法制与战争”。

 

2006年12月23日:

魏京生在纽约参加藏人国际大会并讲话。

 

2006年12月11日:

魏京生应邀在欧州议会发言表示:欧洲应坚持对华武禁,制止战争。

 

2006年12月5日:

魏京生基金会第三届 "魏京生中国民主斗士奖"颁发给林牧、郭飞雄、周志荣。

 

2006年11月10日:

魏京生在纽约“中国全球战略和内部危机”国际高峰论坛上讲话:北韩中共演双簧。

 

2006年10月末 - 11月初:

魏京生首次访日 -- 进行演讲并接受媒体采访,及向当年为他的释放呼吁并努力的日本友人表示感谢。

2006年11月3日:

魏京生会见日本人权律师团体。

 

2006年10月30日:

东京的日本外国特派员协会为魏京生先生召开记者会。二十多家国际媒体参加并采访了魏京生。

 

2006年10月28日:

魏京生出席中国民主运动海外联席会议与大纪元举办的"未来中国论坛"并主讲。

 

2006年10月26日:

魏京生与多名日本参、众议员在日本国会会谈;促日阻中共、北韩玩核游戏。

 

2006年10月9日:

国际先驱论坛报发表魏京生的“反腐败的两种不同道路”。

 

2006年10月:

魏京生领衔致国际奥委会主席罗格先生的公开信征集签名,共收集到数千人的签名。

 

2006年9月30日:

魏京生在德国法兰克福召开中国民主运动海外联席会议欧洲工作会议。

 

2006年9月26日:

魏京生、黄慈萍与跨国界激进党在瑞士日内瓦的联合国人权理事会举行有关中国人权的专题报告会。

 

2006年9月22/23日:

魏京生在意大利的锡耶那大学接受自由基金会颁奖。

 

2006年9月19日:

魏京生基金会在美国国会举行亚洲民主领袖会议;“亚洲民主联盟”正式成立;魏京生被选为首任主席。

 

2006年7月31日:

魏京生与美国主管民主与全球事务的副国务卿杜布然斯基会见。

 

2006年6月初:

魏京生访问新西兰,并在奥克兰、惠灵顿等地演讲。

 

2006年5月19日:

魏京生受邀参加美国之音电视/电台联播的“焦点对话”节目,讨论中国文革四十周年。

 

2006年5月17日:

魏京生访问德国,并与民运人士会面。

 

2006年5月13日:

魏京生受邀在美国创价大学演讲。

 

2006年5月11-13日:

魏京生受邀在南加州参加越南人权日活动并就劳工权益主讲。

 

2006年4月26日:

魏京生与美国主管人权、民主与劳工事务的助理国务卿劳文克龙会见

 

2006年4月15日:

魏京生帮助黄慈萍女士将受师涛母亲高琴声女士之托给美国总统布什的信转至白宫。

 

2006年4月14日:

魏京生与美国国务院主管联合国事务的副助理国务卿马克雷刚会面,讨论新形势下的联合国及中国人权问题。

 

2006年3月12日:

魏京生参加全球退党服务中心和《大纪元时报》在美国首都华盛顿林肯纪念堂前集会并讲话。

 

2006年2月27日:

魏京生基金会的魏京生和黄慈萍就北京2008奥运会给国际奥运会主席罗格先生寄信。

 

2006年2月6日:

美国国会中国核心小组组长富布斯与魏京生会晤,广泛讨论一系列有关中国的现状与具体问题及工作计划。

 

2006年1月6日:

英国时代高等教育增刊发表魏京生的文章:“教育十字军东征中国”。

 

2005年12月20日:

美国国会人权小组组长沃尔夫与魏京生会晤,讨论如何阻止中国发动战争及推动人权。

 

2005年12月13日:

美国民主党领袖佩洛西与魏京生会晤,就中国问题进行咨询并探讨今后的合作安排。

 

2005年12月5日:

魏京生基金会第二届 "魏京生中国民主斗士奖"颁发给喻东岳、吴义龙、陈西。

 

2005年11月25日:

魏京生在海牙“小联合国”研讨会上主讲,吁欧盟不能解除对中军售禁令。

 

2005年10月28-30日:

魏京生应邀在美加三民主义同盟年会作专题演讲,强调民主护台湾。

 

2005年9月26日:

魏京生应邀在全美学自联12大讲话。

 

2005年9月24日:

魏京生应邀在芝加哥大学举办的世界反法西斯战争胜利六十周年纪念会上作主题演讲。

 

2005年9月1日:

华盛顿时报专访魏京生并发表文章:“中国活动人士警告核战争的危险”。

 

2005年7月22日:

魏京生参加林肯纪念堂前大型活动,鼓励中国人退出共产党。

 

2005年7月19日:

魏京生应邀在自由之家主办的首次北朝鲜人权大会上讲话,呼吁勿忘北朝鲜人民痛苦。

 

2005年7月10日:

魏京生在维吉尼亚州达赖喇嘛七十岁生日仪式上发言。

 

2005年6月18日:

越南总理潘文凯首次访美之时,魏京生参与支持越南团体白宫前集会,呼吁越共停止人权迫害。

 

2005年6月中旬:

魏京生在北欧四国巡回演讲并接受众多媒体采访。

 

2005年6月初:

“六四”十六周年期间,魏京生参加“中国现状与未来”系列研讨会在欧洲大陆巡回演讲

 

2005年5月30日:

魏京生参加法国国民议会研讨会,剖析共产主义,并提出台湾应以发展现况争取欧盟认同。

 

2005年5月6-7日:

魏京生先生应邀出席在捷克布拉格举行的关于后共产主义时期俄国、中国和东欧国家的国际研讨会,并演讲。

 

2005年4月18-25日:

力阻欧盟对中军售解禁,魏京生积极进行游说,并与德自民党共同声明反对解禁对中军售。

 

2005年4月8-22日:

魏京生带领中国民主运动海外联席会议成员参与联合国第61届人权年会,向全世界揭露中共对人权与自由的危害。

 

2005年4月8-10日:

中国民主运动海外联席会议于2005年4月8-10日在日内瓦召开年会,来自北美、欧洲、亚洲、大洋洲十六个国家的民运组织代表出席了年会。会议分析了当前世界和中国形势,讨论了海外民运组织的任务,修改了章程,调整了组织结构,选出了新的负责人。魏京生先生再次当选联席会议主席。

 

2005年4月11日:

魏京生带领中国民主运动海外联席会议成员在联合国内举行中国人权恶化的2005年报告会。

 

2005年3月24日:

魏京生与美国国务院人权官员会谈:强调中国人权退步之现实,并转交国内民主人士的呼吁信。

 

2005年3月19日:

魏京生在美国华盛顿国会山庄前“退出中共”大集会上发表演讲,并接受大纪元与新唐人专访。

 

2005年2月20日:

魏京生参加巴黎《九评共产党》研讨会并发言。

 

2005年2月16-18日:

魏京生在挪威参加世界大学生组织主办的【世界学生和平奖】颁奖仪式并作主题演讲。

 

2005年2月13日:

魏京生在荷兰论坛上谈告别中共。

 

2005年1月22-23日:

魏京生先生参加世界自由民主同盟在台湾主办的自由日庆祝活动。

 

2005年1月8日:

魏京生在华盛顿参加游行活动并讲话,指出反分裂法是中共为攻台找合理藉口。

 

2005年1月

魏京生基金会被告知魏京生先生2005年再次获诺贝尔和平奖提名。

 

2004年12月20日:

魏京生,黄慈萍与美国国务院人权官员细谈中国人权恶化。

 

2004年12月18日:

魏京生在华盛顿的讲座上谈中共将面临崩溃。

 

2004年12月11日:

魏京生在美国之音的采访中强调独立工会的重要性。

 

2004年12月5日:

魏京生基金会首届“魏京生中国民主斗士奖”颁发给胡石根、刘贤斌。

 

2005年12月20日:

魏京生先生给安玛丽.斯劳特女士的信被总部设在伦敦的“开放民主”发表。

 

2004年7月20日:

美国之音采访魏京生等:指出中国贫困形势极为严峻。

 

2004年6月4日:

魏京生参加巴黎的纪念一九八九年天安门民运十五周年集会活动。

 

2004年6月4日:

魏京生在巴黎参加“无疆界记者”举行的“六四”十五周年记者招待会。

 

2004年5月11日:

魏京生应邀参加美国参议院里举行的第十届越南人权日的庆祝活动并以贵宾身份讲话。

 

2004年4月26日:

魏京生派代表在国会山上参议院公园对西藏人集会发言。

 

2004年4月15日:

中国民主运动海外联席会议在联合国内举行由跨国界激进党支持的有关中国人权的报告会。

 

2004年4月13日:

魏京生在第60届联合国人权会议大厅发言,谈中国农民工的苦难。

 

2004年4月10-11日:

魏京生主持的中国民主运动海外联席会议第五次年会议在日内瓦湖畔举行。

 

2004年4月6日:

魏京生在日内瓦联合国前抗议对西藏人权迫害的集会上演讲。

 

2004年4月:

魏京生接受美国之音采访,谈SARS、香港及中国等问题。

 

2004年3月16日:

魏京生出席美国工会劳联产联记者会,强调中国工人的基本权利。

 

2004年1月29日:

魏京生参加2003年度的萨哈诺夫自由奖颁发典礼并与联合国秘书长安南及欧洲议会议长考克斯见面。

 

2004年1月:

魏京生基金会被告知魏京生先生2004年再次获诺贝尔和平奖提名。

 

2003年12月10日:

魏京生先生参加“全球的权利”(原“国际人权律师组织”)25年大庆,并为其所表彰。

 

2003年11月22日:

魏京生参加在马里兰州举办的中国问题公众研讨会并主讲。

 

2003年10月24日:

南韩文化放送电视台时事文化节目部门专访魏京生先生。

 

2003年9月30日:

魏京生在约翰霍普金斯大学讲课。

 

2003年9月15日:

魏京生在美国之音电视节目“时事大家谈”上呼吁废除中国劳教制度

 

2003年8月19日:

魏京生与美国主管人权的助理国务卿克莱纳先生会谈。

 

2003年7月10日:

魏京生应邀在美国国会的听证会上谈中国人权问题并与国会人权核心小组成员面谈。

 

2003年6月28日:

魏京生在华盛顿的国家广场集会上发表演讲谈香港23条: 支援香港, 也是支援我们自己。

 

2003年6月17日:

魏京生华府演讲:审判全世界所有暴君。

 

2003年4月28日:

魏京生先生有关严重急性呼吸系统综合症的文章发表在《国际先驱论坛报》。

 

2003年3月9日:

魏京生先生应全侨民主和平联盟美国亚特兰大支盟的邀请在亚特兰大演讲,接受采访并与当地侨界会面。

 

2003年1月:

魏京生基金会获悉魏京生先生被提名为2003年度诺贝尔和平奖的候选人。

 

 

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