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Asia Pacific region hosts the best and worst performers in the world for gender equality at work
Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand and Singapore showing uneven progress towards gender equality in the workplace
SPF and Equileap partnered to evaluate publicly listed companies based on 19 gender equality criteria, and published a report on gender equality at work for APAC’s key developed economies – Australia, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, China (Hong Kong), Japan, New Zealand, and Singapore. This report provides the state of gender equality in the workplace per market and sectors as well as ranking of companies according to their overall gender equality score, based on 19 criteria such as equal pay, female representation, paid parental leave and anti-sexual harassment policies.
After Ukraine Invasion, India Struggles to Define Relations with ‘Special Partner’ Russia
Toru Ito, Professor, Department of International Relations & Graduate School of Security Studies, National Defense Academy of Japan Continue reading »
The shadow of tactical nuclear weapons falling over Ukraine: the reason that the possibility of the use of nuclear weapons by Russia cannot be eliminated
Noboru Yamaguchi, Senior Visiting Fellow, Sasakawa Peace Foundation/Professor, International University of Japan Continue reading »
U.S. Congressional Study Group on Japan Pays Courtesy Visit to Honorary Chair Yohei Sasakawa
On May 31, 2022, the U.S. Congressional Study Group on Japan (CSGJ) delegation and SPF Honorary Chair Yohei Sasakawa held in-depth discussions and exchanged opinions on a variety of topics during a courtesy visit to the foundation. Continue reading »