A Brief Analysis of the Protection of Women's Land Rights and Interests in China Rural Areas

Xiangrong FANG, Jichang ZHANG

Abstract


The land is the fundamental guarantee of farmers’ life. There should be no gender discrimination in the protection of land rights and interests, while now in China many of these phenomena do exist. Many women’s rights and interests are being destructed. Due to the great significance of maintaining their rights and interests to China’s economic development and the building of a harmonious society, so there is a must that the protection on women’s land rights and interests should be improved in such aspects as legislative, judicial and so on.


Keywords


Rural women; Land rights and interests; Land protection

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F4965

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