Chinese employees work on the fuselage of an aircraft at a factory in Shenyang. A Chinese women’s group are on a mission to end gender discrimination in the job marketplace. Photo: AFP Chinese employees work on the fuselage of an aircraft at a factory in Shenyang. A Chinese women’s group are on a mission to end gender discrimination in the job marketplace. Photo: AFP
Chinese employees work on the fuselage of an aircraft at a factory in Shenyang. A Chinese women’s group are on a mission to end gender discrimination in the job marketplace. Photo: AFP
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‘Men only’ job adverts prompt women’s rights group in China to take on employers over gender discrimination

  • The ‘Inspection Squad for Workplace Gender Discrimination’ has notched some successes, with employers changing the wording of ‘male only’ job ads
  • However, the campaign group has to deal with official inaction over the issue, and the hostility of some men

Knowledge |   Feminism in China
Chinese employees work on the fuselage of an aircraft at a factory in Shenyang. A Chinese women’s group are on a mission to end gender discrimination in the job marketplace. Photo: AFP Chinese employees work on the fuselage of an aircraft at a factory in Shenyang. A Chinese women’s group are on a mission to end gender discrimination in the job marketplace. Photo: AFP
Chinese employees work on the fuselage of an aircraft at a factory in Shenyang. A Chinese women’s group are on a mission to end gender discrimination in the job marketplace. Photo: AFP
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