Hainan Women's Federation Launches 'Rule of Law' Campaign

November 28, 2014
Editor: Hewater Liu

Hainan Women's Federation President Liu Jin talks about having a better understanding of important decisions of the Fourth Plenary Session of the 18th CPC Central Committee at a training session in Qionghai City on November 18. [Qionghai Women's Federation]

A month-long campaign has been launched by the Hainan Women's Federation to implement the key points of the Fourth Plenary Session of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) among women officials. The campaign involves proactive participation of local lower-level women's federations from across south China's Hainan Province to help women raise their awareness of the law in various areas, and their legal competence, and calls on them to further contribute to the building of the region.

The plenary session, which was set down for October 20-23, 2014, deliberated on a draft decision of the CPC Central Committee on "major issues concerning comprehensively advancing rule of law" in present social circumstances. A communiqué released at the conference said “the general target is to form a system serving ‘the socialist rule of law with Chinese characteristics' and build a country under ‘the socialist rule of law'”.

President of the Hainan Women's Federation and Part-time Professor of the Law School in the Hainan University Liu Jin spoke on having a better understanding of the important decisions passed at the session to attendees at a training session organized by the Qionghai Women's Federation in Qionghai City on November 18 to help them integrate application of the law into their work.

Vice President of the Hainan Women's Federation Yang Cuixia talked to women officials, presidents of township-level women's federations and village officials in charge of women's affairs from Tunchang County on November 19 on the implementations of key points of the session and about learning and employing the laws in daily life.

Further, the Wuzhishan Women's Federation organized similar activities on November 21 for local families, the public sector and prisons to raise understanding of the session's activities, and provide information about how to fight domestic violence with legal weapons, as well as calling on participants to observe the law in their personal lives.

The Wuzhishan Women's Federation organizes an activity to raise residents' understanding of the Fourth Plenary Session of the 18th CPC Central Committee, and provide them with information on fighting domestic violence with legal weapons. [Wuzhishan Women's Federation]

Vice President of the Hainan Women's Federation Yang Cuixia talks to women officials, presidents of township-level women's federations and village officials in charge of women's affairs from Tunchang County on the implementations of key points of the Fourth Plenary Session of the 18th CPC Central Committee and the law in daily life. [Hainan Women's Federation]

(Provided by Hainan Women's Federation/Translated by Women of China)

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