17 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 289 (2010)
This Note explores the global problem of gender-based labor inequality as exemplified in China. China's historic and cultural framework, the efforts the Chinese government has made to coordinate with the global community on women's rights initiatives, and recent legislation passed at both national and local levels in China provide an interesting case study for countries facing gender inequality in the workplace. The items of legislation, though sometimes drafted using international treaties as a framework, contain unique provisions that provide protections for Chinese women that are not seen elsewhere in the world. Additionally, the Chinese government's current political goal of achieving a harmonious society signals potentially forthcoming advancements in workplace gender equality.
"Women's Employment Rights in China: Creating Harmony for Women in the Workplace,"
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies: Vol. 17:
2, Article 8.
Available at: https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ijgls/vol17/iss2/8