Why this human rights activist was banned from visiting China, and when philanthropy tackles the jobs of government
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What did this beauty queen do to be banned from entering China? It is the 70th anniversary of China's Communist Revolution but when it comes to human rights, how far has the regime come? Activist Anastasia Lin has learned that if you speak ill of the communist regime you quickly become a 'persona non gratis' in the eyes of the Chinese government. Also Can any one sector solve the myriad issues of any one society? Sevaun Palvetzian says no, they can't. She explains why action needs to come from all corners of society to address the real challenges of housing affordability, sex trafficking, the future of work and extreme weather. Sevaun Palvetzian, chief executive of Civil Action in Toronto, Canada.
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