Women’s Right in China acknowledges universal human rights. We aim to protect and advance the political, economic, social and cultural rights of women and children in China. WRIC strives to expose social injustice, advocate for the rights of any vulnerable groups and operate charitable projects in China in cooperation with allied organizations.
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We operate in the United States, where the Internet is uncensored and freedom of speech is valued. Most our works is in China. We target multiple provinces in China and our volunteers exist in team to make our work possible. Not only do we publish and disseminate controversial information, we organize events to raise awareness and to provide invaluable aid to the women and children in China who desperately need it.
- In 2015, WRIC has published the second Chinese version book about one child policy, 被國策處決的胎兒 (Execution of Fetus National Policy) after The Orphans of Shao, the first book from 2014. Click here
- WRIC published e-book of The Orphans of Shao to the Amazon on September
- In May 30th, WRIC were rewarded with three awards – two from Visual Artists Guild and one from Congressman Ted W. Lieu in Los Angeles
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- The Orphans of Shao : [Rescheduled]Press Conference for the new book – More details, click here
- Women’s Rights in China have officially published the true investigative book, “Orphans of Shao” by Pang Jiaoming. Click on the title to order now! “Orphans of Shao”
- WRIC would like to thank our dedicated website coordinators, Victor Bi and Cindy Lin, for updating this site. Any questions or concerns in regards to this website, please email her at email@example.com.
The President of China, Xi Jinping, to conference in UN and WRIC protests at outside