This mid-year edition of the CTMS newsletter covers an overview of the center’s events and accomplishments in 2023. New trends in migrant domestic workers’ policy are observed, and activities by center members ranging from a television appearance by Senior Research Fellow Hyuna Moon, and Director Ki-Soo Eun’s presentation at the 92nd forum held by the Korea Institute for Shared Growth are covered. We also announce the center’s social media expansion with a new Instagram account.
This edition of CTMS’s newsletter covers further details about the 2022 International Care Conference, to be held in November. Research findings on the consequences of remote work for Korean parents, Director Ki-Soo Eun’s presentation at the 2022 Korea Gender Equality Forum, and a publication in the Journal of Aging & Social Policy for which CTMS research data was utilized, are also covered.
This edition of CTMS’s newsletter covers the center’s global activities, ranging from presenting at the 2022 annual “Care Economies in Context” meeting in Toronto, to announcing the 2022 International Care Conference, which CTMS will be hosting this year.
11월 17일 서울대 국제대학원에서 2022 국제 돌봄 컨퍼런스 < 초저출산·고령화 사회와 돌봄경제: 젠더, 세대, 국제이주, 개발>이 개최됩니다. 이 컨퍼런스는 국내외 전문가와 연구자 등을 모시고 인구 안보, 국제 이주, 돌봄과 젠더, 그리고 개발과 발전 과제를 경제사회적 관점에서 함께 풀어가고자 합니다. 본 센터와 서울대 국제대학원-한국국제협력단 개발협력정책 프로그램, 한국여성학회가 주관하며 행사장 및 유튜브 생중계를 통해 돌봄사회 구축에 관심 있는 분이라면 누구나 참여하실 수 있습니다. 추후 자세한 프로그램을 안내드리겠습니다.
This edition of CTMS’s newsletter covers the 2nd ECEC Policy Symposium, where CTMS Senior Research Fellow Jiweon Jun advocated the improvement of care worker safety. We also cover the latest book translation by CTMS Senior Research Fellow, Hyuna Moon: “Prostitution: Sex Work, Policy & Politics.”
This edition of CTMS’s newsletter covers a review of the first seminars for the “Migration and Integration” seminar series, and the “Creating an Inclusive Society” seminar series. An informative blog piece covers Dr. Andriy Gaidutskiy’s (Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority) special lecture on “Ukrainian Migration As a Result of Russian Invasion,” and a policy brief looks at workplace gender equality in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This special edition covers a National Strategy Seminar held by POSCO, with other major Korean corporations and research institutes, at which CTMS Director Ki-Soo Eun delivered a lecture on “corporate-level efforts to overcome low birthrates.” A variety of topics ranging from the consequences of teleworking, to migration issues in the French political arena can also be found in our publication and blog offerings on the CTMS website.
This edition of CTMS’s newsletter covers the emergence of the concept of “caring masculinity,” as well as an exploration into the relationship between disease and care. The importance of gender policies in Korea is looked at, and we extend an invitation to two seminar series that will be held monthly, throughout 2022.
This edition of CTMS’s weekly newsletter covers the refamiliarization of care by Prof. Emiko Ochiai, and the closing remarks of the 2021 Intl’ Care Conference by Dr. Ruth Levine, Prof. Ito Peng and Prof. Ki-Soo Eun
This edition of CTMS’s weekly newsletter covers the impact of care economy in achieving gender equality with UN Women’s Director Anita Bhatia and an in-depth discussion on macroeconomics, growth and gender.
This edition of CTMS’s weekly newsletter covers Prof. Joseph Stiglitz’s speech on the importance of care economy in the road towards a strong recovery post COVID-19, and 8 steps to create a caring economy by Professor Diane Elson.
This edition of CTMS’s weekly newsletter covers the economic reasons for care investment including the effects of demographic changes in future care, the monetary value of unpaid care work and the economic impact of investment on childcare and elderlycare.
This edition of CTMS’s weekly newsletter covers the topic of care economy post COVID-19 and why economic growth itself does not deliver health and well-being, with insights from Dr. Nancy Folbre and a discussion with leading experts from multilateral organizations.
This edition of CTMS’s weekly newsletter covers the meaning of investing in the care economy from the perspective of social justice to achieve more equal and inclusive society featuring Prof. Sang-Hyun Song, Former President of the International Criminal Court.
We are excited to share with you the July 2021 CTMS Newsletter, featuring the main outcomes and takeaway from our recent international conference on “The Care Economy in Korea: Beyond COVID-19 and Towards a Sustainable Caring Society”.