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2009 Major research accomplishments and future plans

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Frame of Image , and ‘Establishment of a support system for balancing work and family commitments’. An additional 54 commissioned projects responding to societal changes and the needs of relevant ministries for policy research along with eight non-regular research projects related to policy issues were carried out as well. Research Goals and Major Research Projects
• Analysis of the socio-economic impact of female human resources policy and policy agenda • Policy agenda for the creation of jobs for women in the social services sector (III) • Development of women’s jobs and policy agenda to boost labor market achievements • Research on relevant legislation on the protection of women’s human rights and eradication of gender discrimination (III) • Measures to create safe community environments for women and female children (I) • Research on the public practice of gender equality and obstacles it faces (I) • Research on effective settlement of gender mainstreaming systems (II) • Research into methods to institutionalize gender-sensitive budgeting (III) • Measures to manage the gender equality index to strengthen national competitiveness • International comparison of policies for balancing work and family • Establishment of policy paradigms in time for a transition to a multicultural, multiethnic society (3rd year)
Job creation for women and capacity-building
Protection of women’s human rights and enhanced gender equality
Effective settlement of gender mainstreaming initiatives and raising inter


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Title 2009 Major research accomplishments and future plans
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Hwang, Jung-im

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[Seoul]:KWDI

Date 2010
Journal Title; Vol./Issue GSPR:2010 Vol.3
Pages 5
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Gender
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management

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