China

report 2009

CHINA: UNEVEN PROGRESS

On the one hand, urban and rural women’s living conditions, protection and development conditions have improved significantly in China in these fifteen years elapsed in the Beijing Conference, particularly with respect to urban women’s political participation, employment, education, health care, marriage and family rights.

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Far from putting an end to the hunger in the world and from improving farmer’s quality of life, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are raising food insecurity and health hazards and failing to increase the yields of crops, according to new scientific studies. And now Chinese authorities prepare to ban the commercialization of transgenic rice and wheat for the next five to ten years, as reported the Third World Network (TWN).

Auteur: 
Gu Zhenqiu
Auteur: 
Gu Zhenqiu
Auteur: 
Gu Zhenqiu

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