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Sept 10th: Feminism in Politics - South Korean Government

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Sept 10th: Feminism in Politics - South Korean Government
Sept 10th: Feminism in Politics - South Korean Government

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Sep 10, 2022, 8:00 PM GMT+8


About the event

The Global Gender Gap Report is published annually by the World Economic Forum. The report shows the gaps between men and women in four categories: economic status, learning opportunities, political participation and health benefits. It assesses countries on how well they are dividing their resources and opportunities among their male and female populations, regardless of the overall levels of these resources and opportunities. The Global Gender Gap Report of 2022 , released in July, shows that Japan ranked 116th. It’s the lowest among the G7 countries, while South Korea, also an East Asian country, ranked 99th and China ranked 102nd. We will find that East Asian countries are generally ranked low in this report. We will expand on this topic in several instalments. This time we will take a look at the presidential election and feminism in South Korea. The forum will begin with an introduction to the origins and development of feminism and politics, as well as an introduction to the background of the 20th presidential election in South Korea. Then we will discuss the following topics in the forum:

Which point of view do you support?

standpoint1."Feminism is a movement of humanism, which means respecting women." standpoint2."Feminism is a movement that recognizes the reality of gender discrimination and inequality and corrects it."

How do you define "feminism"? What kind of world do you think feminists are striving for? Is the Korean government's series of gender equality policies "reverse discrimination"?

Leadership:Is it necessary to ensure the number of female executives in a company

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