The DPRK’s socialist system is the best social system that provides its women with genuine human rights. In the DPRK the women’s human rights are secured genuinely thanks to the state laws and policies including the Socialist Constitution, Law on Ensuring Women’s Rights and the Socialist Labour Law. Law on Sex Equality drawn up and issued in 1946 legally secures equality and political rights of women in the DPRK. The Socialist Constitution adopted in December 1972 has provided the DPRK women with more reliable legal guarantee capable of enjoying all kinds of social benefits with due rights of being full-fledged masters of the society. Today the DPRK women participate freely in the state and social activities and add glory to their dignity and honour while making big contributions to the social development. An ordinary woman worker becomes a deputy to the Supreme People’s Assembly and a large number of women work as servant faithful to the people while exercising their political rights to their hearts’ content in the Party and power organs and working people’s organizations. The DPRK women enjoy many social benefits from the state also in their economic and cultural life. In the labour domain, for example, the state provides the women with the right to work, the right to labour protection and the right to social security equally with men. Nurseries, kindergartens and welfare service amenities are built in the residential districts, factories and enterprises so that the women can work without any worries, and the children are brought up at the state and public expense. The DPRK women receive medical service free of charge thanks to the free medical care system when they are sick. The women who have triplets and quadruplets are enjoying special benefits of having doctors in charge and being provided with dwelling houses, medicines, foodstuff and household articles free of charge. Women who give birth to and bring up many children are treated considerably in society. This is reality of the DPRK in which the women are provided with all rights of a social being including the right to existence and equality, the right to development and the personal and honorary rights.