CCG advocates the development of talent mobility. Committed to study of the globalization of talent, CCG conducts major research projects, organizes events, publishes books and research reports in the fields of international talent, international migration, overseas Chinese, and the situation of talent studying abroad and returning to China.
Impact on Policymaking Based on solid empirical research results, CCG proposes a series of policy recommendations to improve China's talent development and immigration system, and plays an active role in promoting major policies, such as the establishment of the National Immigration Administration.
CCG has published a series of Blue Books such as the Blue Book of Global Talent: Annual Report on the Development of Chinese Students Studying Abroad, Blue Book of Global Talent: Annual Report on Chinese International Migration, Blue Book of Regional Talent: Report on China’s Regional International Talent Competitiveness, and the IOM World Migration Report, as well as a series of English books with Springer, including China’s Domestic and International Migration Development, filling the gap in the field of international talent research in China.
CCG has established brand forums such as the China Talent 50 Forum and the Global Education 50 People Forum, and has hosted the China Overseas Returnees Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum for many years.
CCG's initiative of establishing the Alliance of Global Talent Organizations is supported by relevant national ministries and the Beijing municipal government. CCG’s proposal was selected to participate in the first Paris Peace Forum and CCG held an event on the Alliance of Global Talent Organizations titled “Brain Drain: Making Better Use of the World’s Talent” at the second Paris Peace Forum.
Wang Huiyao: Positive future for investors
Globalization has come under attack amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as waves of economic recession, unemployment, racism, xenophobia and populism hit during the first half of 2020.August 13 , 2020
Wang Huiyao: Connecting development banks for tomorrow
The fifth annual meeting of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, themed "Connecting for Tomorrow", concluded on July 29.As a successful model of multilateral cooperation, the AIIB serves as a platform to promote infrastructure connectivity and common development.August 13 , 2020
Wang Huiyao: Canada should drop Meng Wanzhou case, shaking free of US coattails
In October 1970, Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau took a momentous step to establish relations with the People’s Republic of China. It was a bold move – Nixon’s famous visit to China was still two years off, and only a handful of Western countries had embassies in Beijing at the time.August 05 , 2020
Wang Huiyao: China’s opening-up to drive a more inclusive globalization
The COVID-19 is still running rampant across the world. Experts warn there may be more waves before a vaccine is available.July 31 , 2020
Harvey Dzodin: NGOs play crucial role in China-US cooperation
With the number of COVID-19 cases continuing to accelerate across the globe, you may think there is no choice but to throw in the proverbial towel. However, there is a glimmer of hope that NGOs on both sides of the bilateral divide could unite in combating and containing the novel coronavirus. Why are NGOs important? While governments tend to operate on a macro level, NGOs usually operate on a micro level. They tend to move quickly to analyze a situation and take action at the earliest possible moment. They can also operate in matters where governments may have to exercise caution or be constrained from engaging.July 29 , 2020