Vocational Education and Training in Xinjiang
The State Council Information Office of the People’s Republic of China published a white paper titled Vocational Education and Training in Xinjiang. Following is the full text:
I. Urgent Need for Education and Training
II. Law-Based Education and Training
III. Content of Education and Training
IV. Protection of Trainees’ Basic Rights
V. Remarkable Results in Education and Training
VI. Experience in Countering Extremism
Terrorism and extremism are the common enemies of humanity, and the fight against terrorism and extremism is the shared responsibility of the international community. It is a fundamental task of any responsible government, acting on basic principles, to remove the malignant tumor of terrorism and extremism that threatens people’s lives and security, to safeguard people’s dignity and value, to protect their rights to life, health and development, and to ensure they enjoy a peaceful and harmonious social environment.
Over the years, to ensure public safety and well-being, the international community has spared no effort and made tremendous sacrifices in preventing and combating terrorism and extremism. Many countries and regions, in light of their own conditions, have developed effective measures and drawn valuable lessons from these efforts.
Xinjiang is a key battlefield in the fight against terrorism and extremism in China. For some time Xinjiang has been plagued by terrorism and religious extremism, which pose a serious threat to the lives of the people in the region. Addressing both the symptoms and root causes and integrating preventive measures and a forceful response, Xinjiang has established vocational education and training centers in accordance with the law to prevent the breeding and spread of terrorism and religious extremism, effectively curbing the frequent terrorist incidents and protecting the rights to life, health, and development of the people of all ethnic groups. Worthwhile results have been achieved.
I. Urgent Need for Education and Training
Terrorism and extremism have a long history in Xinjiang. From the early 20th century to the late 1940s, separatist and religious extremist forces, spreading “Pan-Turkism” and “Pan-Islamism”, attempted to create a theocratic state called “East Turkistan” in Xinjiang. In an attempt to split China, such forces advocated religious extremism and carried out a series of terrorist activities. For years religious extremism continued to make inroads into Xinjiang, resulting in incidents of terrorism.
Since the 1990s the global spread and aggravation of terrorism and extremism has wrought havoc. Influenced by extremism, terrorist attacks and related incidents have caused heavy casualties and property damage in the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Turkey, Egypt, India, Indonesia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, and other countries and regions. World peace is under serious threat, and the future of humanity is overshadowed.
Between 1990 and the end of 2016 separatists, religious extremists and terrorists plotted and carried out thousands of acts of terrorism such as bombings, assassinations, poisoning, arson, assaults, and riots in Xinjiang. Many innocent people were killed and several hundred police officers died in the line of duty. The property losses incurred were enormous.https://www.technologytimes.pk/vocational-education-training-xinjiang/https://www.technologytimes.pk/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Vocational-Education-and-Training-in-Xinjiang.jpghttps://www.technologytimes.pk/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Vocational-Education-and-Training-in-Xinjiang-150x69.jpgChinatrainingThe State Council Information Office of the People's Republic of China published a white paper titled Vocational Education and Training in Xinjiang. Following is the full text: Contents Preface I. Urgent Need for Education and Training II. Law-Based Education and Training III. Content of Education and Training IV. Protection of Trainees' Basic Rights V. Remarkable Results...China DeskChina Deskchina.firstname.lastname@example.orgEditorTechnology Times