The Protection of Women's Social Rights from the Perspectives of Chinese and International Law

Edited by: Li Xixia, Lidija R. Basta Fleiner

This book examines the protection of women's social rights from the perspectives of international and domestic Chinese law, as well as the legislative, administrative, and judicial protection of women's right to health and women's labor rights. It sheds light on the theoretical and practical issues concerning the legal protection of rights of women as a vulnerable group in Chinese society. The book provides insightful analysis of the latest developments in the fields of social security, women's maternity protection, labor protection, the right to employment, the right to health, and anti-domestic violence legislation. Additionally, it features a comparative study on the protection of women's social rights in countries such as the Netherlands, the UK, Switzerland, Germany, France, and Australia. *** Librarians: ebook available [Subject: Asian Studies, Chinese Studies, Women's Studies, Human Rights, International Law, Chinese Law]


Publication Date: 3/31/2016
Format: Paper
ISBN: 9781844644629