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  • Young Women in Shanghai Feel BlueThe misery index of young women in Shanghai is high, according to the results of a University of Shanghai for Science and Technology survey on the city's Young Women's Unhappiness Index released on Monday.Date:2012-01-19
  • Zhejiang Releases Results of 3rd Women's Status SurveyZhejiang released the result of its third women's social status survey yesterday.Zhejiang Women's Federation and Zhejiang Bureau of Statistics jointly collected 3,264 questionnaires from people aged above 18 and 554 questionnaires from children aged between 10 and 17, covering 42 cities, counties and districts in southeast China's Zhejiang Province.The survey included health, education, economy, social security, politics, marriage and family, life style, legal rights and interests, gender concepts and attitudes.Date:2012-01-19
  • Married Women in Their Early 30s HappiestMarried Chinese women between the ages of 30 and 34 are the happiest population group in the country.Date:2012-01-19
  • Greater Numbers of International Marriages in ShanghaiThe sixth National Population Census shows there were 208,300 registered offshore people living in Shanghai in 2010.Date:2012-01-17
  • Shanghainese Women Are Happier Than Their MenDate:2012-01-17
  • Taiwan Issues Women Workers' Happiness SurveyTaiwan Ejob website released the results of a survey on pink-collar workers' happiness last Friday. The website distributed 639 questionnaires from October 17 to November 30.Date:2012-01-16
  • Nanjing Marriages Up, Divorces DownNanjing saw a 10,837-couple, year-on-year surge in marriages in 2011 and, at 19,650, the first fall in divorce in recent years, according to the latest Nanjing Civil Affairs Bureau statistics.Date:2012-01-16
  • More Women among Shanghai People's Congress RepresentativeThere were 1,551 women representatives among the total 4,629 district and county people's congress representatives, accounting for 33.51 per cent and showing an increase of 2.04 per cent, according to recent election statistics. Among 8,186 township people's congress representatives there were 3,162 women representatives, accounting for 38.63 per cent—an increase of 3.04 per cent.Date:2011-12-21
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  • Beijing+20: Past, Present & FutureThe Beijing Platform for Action remains the most overarching blueprint for advancing women's rights. Significantly, it mandates the full participation of women "in all spheres of society, including participation in the decision-making process and access to power, [as] fundamental for the achievement of equality, development and peace". This includes women's participation in decision-making processes within the UN system.Date:2015-04-14
  • Global Wage Report 2014/15The Global Wage Report 2014/15 analyses the evolution of real wages around the world, giving a unique picture of wage trends and relative purchasing power globally and by region.Date:2015-04-13
  • The 2013 Statistical Report of China's National Program for Women's Development (2011-2020)The National Bureau of Statistics made some interesting discoveries when they collected statistical data and information about the various implementation of China's National Program for Women's Development.In 2013, The Bureau closely monitored the implementation of the program, which serves to better protect the rights and interests of women, and the results were presented in seven categories: health, education, economics, policy decisions and management, social security, living environment, and the laws that were proposed by the program.Date:2015-03-31
  • Women & The Future of Work: Beijing + 20 & BeyondDespite significant progress since the 4th World Conference on Women in Beijing in 1995, women continue to experience widespread discrimination and inequality in the workplace. Twenty years later, and as we approach the ILO’s centenary in 2019, the ILO has launched the Women at Work initiative alongside the Future of Work initiative, to place a spotlight on gender and drill down into some of the most crucial areas. The future of work means more women at work, and this future must deliver on gender equality.Date:2015-03-20
  • Africa Civil Society Shadow Report on Beijing+202015 marks the 20th anniversary of the agreement signed by 189 countries that attended the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China. Over the last two decades, Africa has made significant strides in developing progressive frameworks to advance the rights of women. These strides have been evident in the adoption of the gender equality principle in the African Union's (AU) Constitutive Act of 2002, the AU Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa of 2003, and the Solemn Declaration on Gender Equality in Africa of 2004, to mention a few. At a national level and as is demonstrated in the state reports, there has been significant progress in critical areas such as: girls' education, women's political participation, maternal health, adoption of action plans on UN Security Council Resolution 1325, as well as laws and policies on violence against women, amongst others. In this regard, African states must be commended for continued efforts to sustain initiatives towards gender equality generally and women's rights specifically.Date:2015-03-12
  • Women in ChinaChina is the world's most populous developing country. 660 million, or 48.7% out of its total 1.354 billion population are women.Date:2015-02-03
  • Report: 2013 Entrepreneurial Crime in ChinaPrivate-sector entrepreneurs were implicated in three-quarters of publicly reported entrepreneurial crimes in China last year, the Chinese Entrepreneurs Crime Report 2013 has found.Date:2014-01-13
  • UNDP Report: China Approaching Critical Stage of UrbanizationChina's accelerating urbanization is approaching a critical stage, and managing the issue will have wide ramifications for the outcome of China's present development, stated the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in its human development report launched in Beijing on August 27, 2013.Date:2013-08-28
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