Yi Wang has worked for the China Program at the Norwegian Center for Human Rights since August 2010. She has obtained cand.polit. (political science) from University of Oslo and Master of Law from China. She has more than ten years’ working experience in the field of human rights, in particular women's rights both in Norway and in Asia.
China, Vietnam, human rights, gender equality, human trafficking, international cooperation
Kvinner I Kina, Kina og Vi, 2010
CEDAW Training Handbook, Center for Public Policy and Law Studies,Beijing University of Science and Technology, 2010
Women’s Political Participation in China, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, 2008
Institutional Development of Anti-Domestic Violence Network of China Law Society, Oxfam NOVIB, 2008
Trafficking in Women and Children from Vietnam to China: Legal Framework and Government Responses, Oxfam Quebec, 2005