Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei Publicize Typical Cases of Women, Children's Rights Protection

December 26, 2018
Editor: Xie Wen

Officials from north China's Beijing, Tianjin municipalities and Hebei Province recently publicized 10 representative cases regarding women and children's rights protection on the occasion of the National Constitution Day (December 4).

At the launch event, Jia Xuena, vice-president of Tianjin Women's Federation (TWF), said those cases are typical and have social impact, concerning women and children's personal rights, their rights in marriage and family, as well as the labor rights, property rights and mental health of female workers. They also reflect the current challenges in the work.

The examples can be used as a reference for the handling of similar cases or solving problems in terms of women's rights and interests, effectively improving the ability of workers and relevant functional department staff to protect women's rights and perform their duties in accordance with law.

The publication will also help guide and encourage the majority of women and society to respect, learn, follow and use the law, Jia added.

TWF has been collecting typical cases since 2016, with the number amounting to nearly 500 up till now. Ten major typical cases are selected and released annually.

In order to boost the development process of regional integration, TWF, Beijing Women's Federation and Hebei Women's Federation have conducted their selection of typical cases together in 2018.

The action has won a positive response from judges, procurators, lawyers and psychological counselors, who collected and reviewed nearly 400 outstanding cases.

Organizers invited experts to participate in the selection of the top 10 typical cases by making assessments; offering guidance on treatment measures; innovating in terms of case evaluation; and, ensuring the accuracy of the rights protection knowledge and the readability.

During the event, organizers also released 10 typical cases of women and children's rights protection in Tianjin.

(Source: Translated and edited by Women of China)

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