Is China's Domestic Violence Law Doing Its Job?

Is China's Domestic Violence Law Doing Its Job?

Sixth Tone Podcast: Fresh voices from today's China

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In 2016, China implemented its first domestic violence law, which allowed victims to file personal protection orders against their abusers. Two years later, Sixth Tone's reporter Fu Danni, data journalist Liu Chang, and editor Jessica Levine look at whether the law has done what it set out to do....
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In 2016, China implemented its first domestic violence law, which allowed victims to file personal protection orders against their abusers. Two years later, Sixth Tone's reporter Fu Danni, data journalist Liu Chang, and editor Jessica Levine look at whether the law has done what it set out to do....
Read More