Women Leading Lawmaking in China


The Global Women's Leadership Initiative and Women in Public Service Project/Wellesley Centers for Women

The Global Women’s Leadership Initiative at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in partnership with the Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College is delighted to launch Women Leading Lawmaking in China, a critical collection of papers by China’s leading gender and law experts, a network of experts brought together under the auspices of the Ford Foundation, Beijing. This compendium of papers highlights emerging challenges to gender equality in China and is an important contribution to legal research and gender analysis in China and other countries undergoing legal system reform.



Edited by:

Executive Director, U.S. Asia Law Institute at the New York University School of Law
Professor at Harvard Law School
Executive Director, Law Asia Leadership program at Georgetown Law
Director, Kissinger Institute on China and the United States
Former Director, The Global Women's Leadership Initiative
Professor of Law at China University of Political Science and the Law, and Director of the Constitutional Rights Center
Women Watch China
Professor of Sociology and the assistant Director of the Women Research Center of the Central Party School
Professor, Wuhan University, Law School
faculty of Wuhan University Institute of Quality Development Strategy
vice director of the Legislative Affairs Office of the Government in Jiang'an District
Lecturer at Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics Law School, Vice-Director of the Research Center for Education of Practicing Law, and the Vice Director of the Legal Service Center for Public Interest
Director of the Criminal Procedure Law Research Institute at China University of Political Science and Law
Criminal Procedure Law Ph. D candidate at the China University of Political Science and Law
Professor of law, Northwestern Polytechnical University School of Humanities and Law
Founder and Director of the Beijing Zhongze Women’s Legal Consulting and Services Cent
Ph.D candidate in China University of Political Science and Law
Research Assistant to Prof. Nina Pillard, Georgetown University