Visiting Fellow, February to November 2005
Zhang Yonghe is professor of Jurisprudence in Southwest University of Political Science and Law in China, Chief of the Administration of Jurisprudence Teaching and Research Section at the Law School, Director of the China Law Society Research Committee of Jurisprudence, and Director of the China Law Society Research Committee of Comparative Law.
Zhang Yonghe took his masters degree in jurisprudence at Southwest University of Political Science and Law, and his PhD in anthropology in Yunnan University in China. Zhang Yonghe teaches Jurisprudence, Comparative Law and Legal Anthropology at his home university and has been interested in human rights in China since he took his masters degree in the 1980s.
With the rapid pace of economic development in China, Zhang Yonghe is now keenly focusing his attention on the protection of human rights, and human rights of both villagers and the migrant in China.
The Right of Free Migration in China
The Rights of the Villager in China
Selected recent and leading publications
The Extended Order of China's Nomocracy, Modern Law Science, Chongqing，vol. 1, 2002
Reinterpreting the Responsibility, Modern Law Science, Chongqing, vol.1, 2000
On the Construct of Democracy of the Countryside in China, Modern Law Science, Chongqing, vol. 2,1999
From the Kinship Status to the Contract Status Thinking, Yunnan,vol.1 2005
The Origin of the Right - Human Beings' Freedom of Migration, China Jiancha Press, Beijing: 2001