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Research on the Role of Women's Federations in the Transformation of Government Functions
Project Name: Research on the Role of Women's Federations in the Transformation of Government Functions
Project level: Sub-project
Start time: March, 2005
End time: 2006
Project Leader:
Name Position or title Unit
Ding Juan director and researcher WSIC
Project team members:
Name Unit 职务或职称
Qu Wen WSIC editor
Huang Guixia WSIC assistant researcher
Chen Huiping WSIC assistant researcher
Main content: This is a sub-project of the Research on the Role of People's Organizations in Undertaking Government Functions' project initiated by the China Association of Science and Technology (CAST).It has received support from the China Association of Science and Technology, ACWF and WSIC.

Project members participated in the CAST 'Research on the Role of People's Organizations in Undertaking Government Functions' workshop and gave advice on such issues as the role of women's federations in undertaking the government function of promoting gender equality, their advantages and the obstacles they face in strengthening public management and public services and in undertaking government functions.

The group also participated in workshops in Shandong, Inner Mongolia and other places. They discussed issues such as the role of women's federations in promoting gender equality, in improving the social interest coordinating mechanism and in preventing 'the second government' tendency of women's federations.

The project group carried out extensive file searches on data relating to domestic and international NGOs and also exchanged views with domestic NGOs. It was on this basis that the group drafted the 30,000-word report The Role of Women's Federations in the Transformation of Government Functions.
Results of the project:
Name Author Results form Press publication name or time Notes
Research on the Role of Women’s Federations in the Transformation of Government Functions Ding Juan, Qu Wen, Huang Guixia, Chen Huiping Project report December, 2005
Research on the Role of Women’s Federations in the Transformation of Government Functions Ding Juan, Qu Wen Thesis Journal of Yunnan University of Nationalities, 2006, fourth edition
Research on the Advantages and Obstacles Women’s Federations experience in undertaking Government Functions Ding Juan, Ma Yan Thesis Supplement to second edition Collection of Women’s Studies, 2006
Research on the role of Women’s Federations in Promoting Gender Equality Qu Wen, Chen Huiping Thesis Supplement to second edition Collection of Women’s Studies, 2006
The Role of Women’s federations in Improving the Social Interests Coordinating Mechanism Huang Guixia, Chen Huiping Thesis Supplement to second edition Collection of Women’s Studies, 2006
Notes:
The report is in three parts. The first discusses government functions that women's federations undertake and their role in promoting women’s affairs. The second summarizes the role of women’s federations in improving the social interest coordinating mechanism in the new period, and analyzes the opportunities and challenges they face. The third part analyzes the advantages of women federations and people's organizations and the obstacles they face in undertaking government functions, and raises suggestions on how to prevent their 'second government' tendency. The project has been submitted to CAST and to senior government leaders for their consultation and decision making.
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