Edited by Zhou Xin
Xinhua (22.09.2017) – http://bit.ly/2jYyiHo – China’s State Council Friday launched digital platforms and an online pledge to encourage the public to take a stand against cults.
It opened a website named China Anti-Cult Network (www.chinafxj.cn), along with official Weibo and Wechat social media accounts, aiming to promote the preventative measures and policies that China has for combatting cults, offer interpretation of the anti-cult law and related information.
The website also has a section where the public can report criminal offences related to cults.
It provides psychological guidance for the victims of cults and their families, and assistance in the search for missing relatives.
An online pledge called “Say No to Cults” calls for the public to sign their names to show they oppose and resist cults.
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