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Mission

The Center for Transnational Migration and Social Inclusion aims for an inclusive society where no person is excluded or discriminated against.

We collect empirical data on gender, migration, care, and social inequality, and look to advance the social and policy alternatives based on it.

As a practical research institute, we aim to lead a just change where inclusion becomes common sense through cooperation with academia, the field, civil society, the government, and leading international organizations.

Research Projects

Care Work and the Economy

Using our gender-aware data and empirical analysis, the CWE-GAM aims to reduce gender gap by suggesting practical solutions in which care can be integrated into macroeconomic policy-making decisions.

COVID-19 and Care

This study analyses how care provision for elders and children have been affected, through conducting video interviews of caregivers within the field alongside reviewing existing literature.

KOICA-SNU Master’s Program on Gender and Development

This program aims to train leaders who are active in fields related to gender equality, by providing a multidisciplinary approach, so that public administrators can realistically implement gender equality programs based on theories and real-life cases in a comprehensive and systematic manner.

The Center for Transnational Migration and Social Inclusion seeks to establish itself as an institution that creates meaningful changes and practices through in-depth exploration of issues that are not usually explored but are still equally important to our lives and society, such as care, migration, and gender.

The Center for Transnational Migration and Social Inclusion seeks to establish itself as an institution that creates meaningful changes and practices through in-depth exploration of issues that are not usually explored but are still equally important to our lives and society, such as care, migration, and gender.

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