New Rules to Protect Women from Sexual Harassment Introduced in Canton

by Kathy Jones on  May 30, 2010 at 10:33 AM General Health News
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Regulations against sexual harassment will be stepped up in Canton with the introduction of a new regulation regarding the same to come into force on June 1st.
 New  Rules  to  Protect  Women  from  Sexual Harassment Introduced in Canton
New Rules to Protect Women from Sexual Harassment Introduced in Canton

A revised version of the Women Rights and Interest Protective Regulation (WRIPR) will be introduced by the local Guangzhou Women's Federation (GWF), giving females the right to lodge a complaint.

"The new version has clearly detailed the notion and behaviors of sexual harassment. As long as we receive a complaint on office sexual harassment from women employees, we would send the concerned company a safe-guarding rights-report," the China Daily quoted Li Jianlan, chairwoman of GWF, as saying.

The WRIPR has also implemented a new system on domestic violence, securing women's family rights, the paper reports.

Source: ANI
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ronald1216 Tuesday, August 10, 2010

men shoul sue for women sexyull harassers even though the law protects only women

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