|Hangzhou Women's Federation issues the guide for operating the cloud-based platform for the protection of women and children's rights and interests. [For Women of China]|
To help cadres with women's federations, at all levels in Hangzhou (capital of East China's Zhejiang Province), improve their ability to help women and/or children protect their legal rights and interests, Hangzhou Women's Federation recently issued the guide for operating the cloud-based platform for the protection of women and children's rights and interests.
The guide includes the work procedures for providing legal protection to women and children, including reporting crimes to the police, obtaining evidence, helping women resolve disputes through mediation, and litigation.
(Women of China English Monthly May 2021 issue)
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