This year’s UN official theme on Women’s Day is “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a Covid-19 world”. We focus on our everyday lives – what/ how we eat, move, relate to others, communicate, study, work, and live our lives. We can choose to challenge gender inequality in our daily lives – any time, alone or with others. We believe that an accumulation of these everyday consciousness by individuals can lead us to collectively overcoming gender bias and realizing a more equal and inclusive future.(more…)
Professor Kyoko Kusakabe expresses concerns over gender equality on International Women’s Day 2020.
“We must acknowledge that there is diversity among women, and we must make sure that we understand this diversity and ensure equality across all societal substructures,” Prof. Kusakabe said.Prof.Kyoko Kusakabe, Head of the Department of Development and Sustainability