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The concept of investing in childcare is not new: it is a strategy that has proven to work effectively in many countries. However, some nations have been complimented for their birth policies while others are receiving backlash.
The Glitch reflects on how global events have changed our notions of identity and nationality, giving rise to new communities and celebrations such as the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
How is school violence addressed globally? Despite years of research, school violence remains a challenging issue for all countries due to changing student demographics, increased media usage, and legislative changes.
From physical violence to now what is more often psychological games, The Glitch addresses the realities of school violence, cultural repercussions, and solutions that can be found in Korea and around the world.
Due to the country's dangerously low fertility rate, women's work-life balance and leave policies for menstruation, maternity, and menopause are becoming increasingly important policy concerns in South Korea.
Asia Society Korea Senior Contributor David Tizzard and Digital Content Development Officer Michelle Sihyun Ju examine how “quiet quitting” exhibits itself in the workplace and if its relevance is here to stay.