According to a report published by Shanghai online news portal Sixth Tone, a Guangdong couple has been told they must have an abortion or both lose their government jobs.
Invisible Girl Project (IGP) seeks to end gendercide (the selective killing of girls and women) in India. One of the ways IGP combats gendercide is by empowering women. Specifically, we work with an Indian partner that gives women a means to produce an income.
The Chinese government announced this week that they will no longer require prior approval of first and second children for qualified couples under the new Two-Child Policy.
BREAKING: News reported today that China will move to a two-child policy
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China has not “eased,” “relaxed” or “abandoned” the One-Child Policy, Despite Reports:
October 11 is the third UN International Day of the Girl Child. This day is meant to promote girls' rights and highlight gender inequalities that remain between girls and boys.
Screening of It's a Girl at
I Will Tell International Film Festival
We are so grateful for the thousands of you who joined us this year in fighting gendercide globally. Since the film was released last year, it has screened over 500 times globally, has been broadcast on television in India, Ireland, Nigeria, Poland, New Zealand, and reached thousands more through our DVD and iTunes release this year.
Today is known as Giving Tuesday, and on this day it is our greatest desire that you would consider giving to the women and girls of China. We are working with Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, an international coalition that opposes forced abortion and sexual slavery in China. Our goal is to raise public awareness regarding the coercive enforcement of China’s One Child Policy, the connection between this coercion and human trafficking in Asia, and the other human rights abuses that arise out of this coercive enforcement.
Amnesty International's Premiere of It’s a Girl in Hong Kong with Presentation from Women's Rights Without Frontiers’ President Reggie Littlejohn
Littlejohn, an internationally-recognized expert and opponent of China’s One-Child Policy, presented after the Hong Kong premiere of It’s a Girl.
Littlejohn is featured in the film, which vividly details rampant coercion under China’s population policy. Screenings of the documentary took place at the Hong Kong Arts Centre on November 18th and 19th.
President, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers
Forced Abortion in China Will Continue, Despite “Easing” of One Child Policy Under the misleading headline, “China to Ease One-Child Policy,” Xinhua reports that China will now lift the ban on a second child, if either parent is an only child. This minor reform will not “ease” the One Child Policy. It will merely tweak it.