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  • The China Sustainable Cities Report: Measuring Ecological and Human DevelopmentMeasuring the urban sustainability of cities is a very complex topic as cities cannot be isolated from their regions, countries or the world. This Report is an important contribution to the dialogue in China on some of the factors that need to be addressed to support cities to develop in a more sustainable way. The Index and the analysis will continue to be improved as our understanding of urban sustainability and our access to urban data in China increases.Date:2016-04-15
  • Report on ParentingIn this report, the author displays us the data of parenting behaviors that collected from 9260 effective questionnairs.Date:2016-03-14
  • ACWF Proposes Policy Support for Women to Balance Child Bearing and EmploymentThe All-China Women's Federation (ACWF) suggested relevant government authorities mull over supplemental measures for the second-child policy so as to create favorable conditions for women to balance child bearing and employment.Date:2016-03-07
  • National Survey on Family Education Shows Positive TrendsA national survey conducted by the All-China Women's Federation shows the positive trends, problems and challenges faced by family education in China.Date:2015-12-23
  • Chinese Women's NGOs Report on "Beijing+20"This is the fourth report that Chinese women's NGOs submit to the United Nations on the implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action in China following the previous three in 2000, 2005 and 2010 respectively. This report is also a commemoration to the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women held in Beijing in 1995.Date:2015-07-09
  • Chinese Families Experiencing 'Profound Changes': ReportThe National Health and Family Planning Commission released the first annual "Chinese Family Development Report" on May 13. The report shows that the country is undergoing profound changes in many aspects of family life.Date:2015-07-06
  • 10 Million Left-Behind Children Go without Parents for Whole YearMore than 15 percent of China's 61 million left-behind children are separated from their parents for as long as a year, and consequently suffer from various degrees of depression and anxiety, according to a report released recently.Date:2015-06-23
  • Universal Health Coverage Global Report ReleasedSome 400 million people do not have access to health services and 6 per cent of people in low- and middle-income countries are tipped into or pushed further into extreme poverty because of the high cost of health spending, according to a report released on June 12 by the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) and World Bank Group.Date:2015-06-17
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