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Balancing work and family: current issues and policy directions

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Frame of Image truggling everyday to balance work and family. There is a great need for the state to perform a proactive role in overcoming this challenge. Korea took the first step last year by revising the Equal Employment Act to the Act on the Gender Equality Employment and Support for Work-Family Balance. It is high time for policy research and development to effectively turn the political will into reality. It is in this context that Korean Women's Development Institute(KWDI) cordially invite you to the symposium Balancing Work and Family: Current Issues and Policy Directions. With kind cooperation of the Embassy of Sweden to Korea, the symposium will listen to experts from all around the world.and have in-depth discussion It will be a good opportunity to share ideas and insights. With Sincere thanks from,
President of KWDI Swedish Ambassador to Korea
Taehyun Kim Lars Vargὂ
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Speakers
1. Marie Thérèse Letablier(France)
∙Director of Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne
Université Paris 1
∙Social and family policies, women's employment
and on work and services
family balance, and childcare
∙Care and care policies in the European Union
2. Suzan Lewis(U.K.)
∙Professor of Organizational Psychology, Middlesex
University
∙International research projects on work-life issues in
Europe, North America, and Japan
∙Co-author of The Myth of Work-Life Balance and
Women, Men Work and Family in Europe (2007)
3. Rianne Mahon(Canada)
∙Director of Institute of Political Economy, Carleton
University
∙Polit
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Title Balancing work and family: current issues and policy directions
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Material Type Reports
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KWDI

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[Seoul]:KWDI

Date 2008
Series Title; No 연구보고서 / 2008-12-03
Pages 257
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Gender
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management