Mongolia Women's Delegation Visits Shanghai

By Yu JieranEditor: Jane Wang
Ce Chaogezhuolema, president of Mongolian Social and Democratic Women's Alliance, along with other Mongolian delegates, recently paid a visit to Shanghai at the invitation of the All-China Women's Federation.
Xu Feng, president of Shanghai Women's Federation, held a banquet with the delegation group. Both sides had exchanges over topics including politics, economy and society with Xu Feng focusing on the themes of women's employment, participation in government and education, as well as women's work, social participation and self-realization in Shanghai. Li Rong, vice president of Shanghai Women's Federation also took part.
The delegation group also visited the Happy Home Studio on Beixinjing Street in Changning District, Shanghai, to learn about the women's federation's grassroots work in psychological counseling and how the center receives letters and carries out visiting work for the government, legal aid and mediation through the Happy Home platform, helping to practically safeguard the legal interests and rights of women and children.
The Mongolia Social and Democratic Women's Alliance was founded in 1994. It is a women's organization under the leadership of the Mongolian People's Party and focuses on promoting women to participate in the social and democratic construction of Mongolia, increasing the proportion of women partaking in decision-making, as well as improving women's professional skills, living standards and technical level.
Attendees pose for a group photo with the delegates. [Shanghai Women's Federation/Yu Jieran]
The delegation group visits the Happy Home Studio in Shanghai. [Shanghai Women's Federation/Yu Jieran]
(Provided by the Shanghai Women's Federation)

Source:http://www.womenofchina.cn/
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