Chinese Lawmakers Debate Draft Law Revision on Further Protection of Women! (28.10.2022)

The draft defines the supervisory duties of relevant departments in fighting against actions that harm the rights and interests of women employees relating to work and social security.

Abducting of, trafficking in, or kidnapping women is prohibited; buying women who are abducted, trafficked in, or kidnapped is prohibited; obstructing the rescue of women who are abducted, trafficked in, or kidnapped is prohibited, according to the draft.

It also highlights that authorities, including governments, police, as well as villagers and residents committees, shall report these crimes immediately. Measures shall be taken to rescue women who have been abducted or trafficked. The rescued women shall be well-settled and given help and care.

PLA: China’s Military Presence in Russia Routine (Ministry)!

To live in peace, to live without the expectation of fear, these are (or should be) fundamental Human Rights – but so many people in the world today do not possess these fundamental rights! It is one of those great ironies which observes that some of those countries which attempt to rhetorically use the concept of ‘Human Rights’ as a bargaining chip during political negotiations – or as a justification to inflict military destruction on others – are amongst some of the greatest abusers of Human Rights the world has ever known! This is why those countries who oppose these nefarious forces are coming together (in a friendly manner) to participate in coordinated military games, competitions and other types of ‘collective’ peace-time deployments!

Russia: Tatarstan Disability Consultation Hotline Opened! (5.11.2021)

The Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Protection of the Republic has organized a hotline – to mark the beginning of the decade announcing enhanced care for disabled people – the Press Service of the Department reports. From November 1st to 10th – individuals can contribute via telephone regarding the implementation of the rights of people with disabilities – including children with disabilities.

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