Theory and Practice of Anti-Gender Discrimination
||Theory and Practice of Anti-Gender Discrimination
||George Washington University (U.S.), Ford Foundation (U.S.) and CLD Consultants (Beijing)
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|Project team members：
--To publicize anti-gender discrimination.
--To promote the development of the curriculum "Gender and Law" in schools of law across the country.
--To cultivate a group of teachers who specialize in gender and law.
--Under the support of George Washington University and CLD Consultants (Beijing), the School of Law at Wuhan University held a training and exchange activity of the curriculum "Gender and Law" from March 13-15, 2009. Many foreign professors with teaching experience of the "Gender and Law" course were also invited to give lectures for teachers from China's colleges of law.
--China's first textbook "Gender and Law" has been completed.
--The curriculum of "Gender and Law" has been promoted to more institutions of higher learning nationwide.
--More law students have received gender education before they engage in the practice of law.
--The teaching activities of "Gender and Law" become more systematic and mainstreamed.
--The teaching activities also realize the objective of integrating gender education into education mainstreaming in colleges of law.
--Publishing three books: Investigation Report on the Status of Gender Equality in China, published by China Social Sciences Press in 2008; Legal Protection of Gender Equality, published by China Social Sciences Press in 2009; and a textbook, Gender and Law, published by China University of Political Sciences and Law Press in 2012.
4.Significance and Influence
This project mainly discussed general theory, solution mechanisms and practice of anti-gender discrimination across the country.
Through a series of seminars and training classes on gender and law, the project has achieved its objectives successfully.
|Results of the project：
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