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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Elena Vlasova
Legal Foundations and Problems of Implementation of the Policy Regarding Motherhood and Childhood in the PRC at the Beginning of the XXI Century
Asian Studies
(Bachelor’s programme)
7
2018
This diploma work is devoted to the PRC's policy regarding motherhood and childhood in the beginning of the XXI century. The regulatory and legal framework of this policy, the historical context of its formation and problems of implementation this policy in the context of the correlation with international principles are studied. Social practice is also investigated, the analysis of which is based on reports of international organizations, materials of Chinese media. The sphere of public health, education of children, observance of the rights of both women and their children is studied in more detail. The author is interested in how far the legislation of the PRC has been worked out in the field of protecting motherhood and childhood and how effective are the principles enshrined in this legislation.

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