Experts discuss South-South cooperation on human rights
South-South cooperation refers to economic and technical cooperation among the developing countries of the Global South. Along with political dialogue and financial cooperation, it promotes the exchange of knowledge and expertise through programs, projects and initiatives designed to solve countries' specific problems. In our second report ahead of the South-South Human Rights Forum in Beijing, we hear from a number of scholars from around the world, who discuss the significance of South-South cooperation on human rights. They highlight how important it is for the international community to respect the will and interests of people in developing countries. Let's check out their opinions.