The Constitutional Protection of Women’s Right to Work
|Course||Constitutional and Administrative Law|
|Keywords||Women Right to Work Fundamental rights Constitutional protection|
The Right to Work is the citizen with the ability get jobs and the right to obtain the corresponding remuneration. The right to work is an internationally recognized fundamental right, including women, enjoyed by all citizens a basic human right. In our country, although legislation about Women’s Right to Work provides a systematic provision, there are still some deficiencies. For example, the legislative principle is lack of flexibility; some of the contents of the legislation have discriminated against women in institution; law enforcement is worrying; judicial relief can not fully function, and so on. For maintaining the dignity of women, achieving equal rights of women and changing the disadvantaged position of women, we need for constitutional protection of Women’s Right to Work. In other words, through the improvement of the existing legislative provisions to protect Women’s Right to Work. Improving the legal system based on the principles of "gender equality" in Constitution, The Administrative authorities actively fulfill the constitutional protection of women’s work obligations, and improving judicial protection of Women’s Right to Work through the constitutional interpretation.