#3 COVID-19 and the Korean Society: The Importance of Care in Advancing Justice (10/18/2021)

#3 COVID-19 and the Korean Society: The Importance of Care in Advancing Justice (10/18/2021)

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CTMS Weekly brings to you the insights and lessons shared during the 2021 Int'l Care Economy Conference to reflect on the role of care economy as we face the upcoming challenges in building back better and achieving a more equal society post pandemic.

Let's take a moment to expand our horizons and envision what investing in the care economy would mean from the perspective of social justice. Listen to this week's keynote speech on the importance of justice in achieving sustainable growth and how we must utilize the power of care to arrive at a more equal and inclusive society.
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THE IMPORTANCE OF CARE IN ADVANCING JUSTICE
 
Former President of the International Criminal Court, Prof. Sang-Hyun Song, Former President of the International Criminal Court, explains why a fair society and justice in social policies are key elements for sustainable growth, and how care fits into the picture.
"Without justice, people do not reach their full potential or aspirations, leaving them unable to fully utilize their opportunities and abilities.”

-Sang-Hyun Song
Former President of the International Criminal Court
Emeritus Professor of Law, Seoul National University

COVID-19 AND THE KOREAN SOCIETY: PANEL DISCUSSION
 
COVID-19 has struck a devastating blow not only to public health but social justice; Professor Hyun Mee Kim from Yonsei University, demands that we move past conventional crisis measures and explore the potential in care to transition to a more just society. Dr. Nam Hee Do from the Korea Institute of Child Care and Educationcalls for a reflection on what it means to invest in care, specifically with respect to children who will grow to shape the future of our society.

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