A UK-based independent worldwide fellowship
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Global China Academy (GCA) Global China Academy (GCA) is a UK-based independent worldwide fellowship that encourages comprehensive studies on China in the social sciences and humanities. Taking language-based global or comparative perspectives, it aims to add to the sum of human knowledge. It also encourages participation in global society building and governance. All of this is achieved through the dissemination of academic research, knowledge transfer, social consultancy and public engagement.
Our publishing subsidiary, Global Century Press (GCP), publishes journals and books that support our social and academic missions of facilitating understanding between China and the rest of the world. GCP is the only independent platform dedicated to publishing uncensored work on China. GCA also encourages participation in global society building and governance through its annual Global China Dialogues (GCDs), a discourse platform facilitating communication between the Chinese and the rest of the world.
Global China Academy is registered with the Charity Commission as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO, Charity No. 1198983). GCA was formerly known as CCPN Global and Global China Institute (Charity No. 1154640).
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An academic springboard for China to connect to the world
Global Century Press (GCP) is the world’s first publisher dedicated to publishing social scientific and humanities academic and popular books bilingually on China and comparative topics in global contexts. Under its Open Access model, readers can freely access and download most of GCP’s book and journal content, without any payment or subscription required.
A discourse platform for the exchange of ideas between Chinese and non-Chinese
The Global China Dialogues (GCDs) are a series of forums to enhance understanding of global affairs and common interests through public dialogue and discussion between Chinese and non-Chinese academics, experts, professionals and practitioners and interested laypeople, using interdisciplinary and comparative perspectives.