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On International Day, UN Says Widows' Rights to Independent Life, Livelihood after Loss Must Be Ensured
Women must be able to enjoy the inviolable right that they are not dependent on anyone, the United Nations has said, marking International Widow's Day.
Self-efficacy Boosts Female College Students'Careers in N China
Self-efficacy is a key skill a youngster needs to get a desirable job, a survey on "Tianjin Female College Students’ Self-efficacy in Career Decisions" suggests.
E China Conducts On-site Evaluations of Mom-baby Rooms
Six observers responsible for inspecting the construction of mother-and-baby facilities in public spots in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, formally started their work on June 19.
UN Chief Says 'Sexual Violence Is a Threat to Every Individual's Right to a Life of Dignity'
UN Chief António Guterres paid tribute to the women, girls, men and boys who have suffered the atrocity of sexual violence in conflict.
Opinion: Is Shenzhen Right to Open Women-only Subway Carriages?
Shenzhen in south China's Guangdong Province will open carriages exclusively for women in two or three subway lines this month under a pilot initiative.
ACWF VP Attends Cross-Strait Forum on Grassroots Women's Exchanges
A women's sub-forum kicked off on June 18 in Xiamen, a city in southeast China's Fujian Province, as part of the city's 9th Cross-Strait Forum.
Maternal, Child Healthcare Club Establishes Branch in E China
China Women's News established a branch of its China Maternal and Child Healthcare Club on June 13 in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province.
UN Report Shows Closing Gender Disparities at Work Can Open Doors to Incredible Benefits
Reducing gender disparities at workplaces by 25 per cent by 2025 could inject nearly $5.8 trillion into the global economy and boost tax revenues.