Facing a seriously declining birth rate, the Chinese Communist Party has released guidelines to encourage fertility and reduce the nation’s abortions. The ‘Guidelines on further improving and implementing positive reproductive support measures’ request local government authorities to take active measures to increase the birth rate. Issued by seventeen organisations, including the powerful Propaganda Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party, the guidelines urge action across a range of areas, including childcare, housing and education.
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