Protecting Women's Rights

  • December 12, 2011
  • Editor: Sun Xi
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Title: Protect the legal rights and interests of women and children, 1984

Despite the fact that such materials gave widespread attention to undesirable phenomena, they did not succeed in eradicating them. On the contrary, the practices of kidnapping women, trafficking in them, selling them off for marriage or into prostitution only seem to have increased. It seems that the government had become well aware of the decreased resonance of posters for the purpose of spreading legal knowledge. Other media, including television documentaries and screenplays allegedly based on real events, provide propaganda countering these activities. When legislation pertaining to women was again reviewed and revised in 1992, no posters were published by the central authorities that presented information about the changes. If they appeared at all, their production was left to the local chapters of the Women's Federation.  [chineseposters.net]

Despite the fact that such materials gave widespread attention to undesirable phenomena, they did not succeed in eradicating them. On the contrary, the practices of kidnapping women, trafficking in them, selling them off for marriage or into prostitution only seem to have increased. It seems that the government had become well aware of the decreased resonance of posters for the purpose of spreading legal knowledge. Other media, including television documentaries and screenplays allegedly based on real events, provide propaganda countering these activities. When legislation pertaining to women was again reviewed and revised in 1992, no posters were published by the central authorities that presented information about the changes. If they appeared at all, their production was left to the local chapters of the Women's Federation.  [chineseposters.net]

(Source: chineseposters.net)

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  • Protecting Women's Rights2011-12-12   Editor: Sun Xi Title: Protect the legal rights and interests of women and children, 1984

    Despite the fact that such materials gave widespread attention to undesirable phenomena, they did not succeed in eradicating them. On the contrary, the practices of kidnapping women, trafficking in them, selling them off for marriage or into prostitution only seem to have increased. It seems that the government had become well aware of the decreased resonance of posters for the purpose of spreading legal knowledge. Other media, including television documentaries and screenplays allegedly based on real events, provide propaganda countering these activities. When legislation pertaining to women was again reviewed and revised in 1992, no posters were published by the central authorities that presented information about the changes. If they appeared at all, their production was left to the local chapters of the Women's Federation.  [chineseposters.net]

    Despite the fact that such materials gave widespread attention to undesirable phenomena, they did not succeed in eradicating them. On the contrary, the practices of kidnapping women, trafficking in them, selling them off for marriage or into prostitution only seem to have increased. It seems that the government had become well aware of the decreased resonance of posters for the purpose of spreading legal knowledge. Other media, including television documentaries and screenplays allegedly based on real events, provide propaganda countering these activities. When legislation pertaining to women was again reviewed and revised in 1992, no posters were published by the central authorities that presented information about the changes. If they appeared at all, their production was left to the local chapters of the Women's Federation.  [chineseposters.net]

    (Source: chineseposters.net)

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