Lily Davison
21 Aug 2021
Views 4

Topic: National Human Rights Commission of Korea

Writer: Lily Davison

Short Explanation: Added sections on the Commission's Priority Tasks, list of chairpersons, and their human rights-focused response to COVID-19. Also deleted outdated page information.

Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Human_Rights_Commission_of_Korea 

Jessica Ridley
20 Aug 2021
Views 4

Topic: Attitudes towards Feminism in Contemporary South Korea


Writer: Jessica Ridley


Short Explanation: Added a section detailing attitudes towards Feminism in Contemporary South Korea, with a focus on the common misconceptions of feminists.


Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feminism_in_South_Korea

Lily Davison
17 May 2021
Views 9

1. Topic: Ministry of Foreign Affairs (South Korea)

2. Writer: Gaby Milofsky, Jessica Ridley, Lily Davison, Saffron Willett

3. Short Explanation: Added the following chapters to the preexisting page 'Ministry of Foreign Affairs (South Korea)': Key diplomatic tasks, Treaties and Policies and 2021 P4G Seoul Summit. Also added more details to the History section.

4. Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ministry_of_Foreign_Affairs_(South_Korea)


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Lily Davison
5 Apr 2021
Views 12

1. Topic: National Intelligence Service

2. Writer: Gaby Milofsky, Jessica Ridley, Lily Davison, Saffron Willett

3. Short Explanation: Added the following chapters to the preexisting page 'National Intelligence Service (South Korea)': Related South Korean Legislative Bodies, Cybersecurity and Intelligence on North Korea. Also contributed to the Contemporary history chapter with information about the amendment of the National Security Law.

4. Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Intelligence_Service_(South_Korea)

Lily Davison
2 Mar 2021
Views 22

1. Topic: Gender Inequality in South Korea

2. Writer: Gaby Milofsky, Jessica Ridley, Lily Davison, Saffron Willett

3. Short Explanation: Added the following sections to the preexisting page 'Gender inequality in South Korea'; Confucianism, Gender inequalities in everyday life, Inequality in the media and Gender-based crime.

4. Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gender_inequality_in_South_Korea

SAYUL GLOBAL NETWORKS
11 Oct 2020
Views 64

1. Name of the Textbook: K is for Korea

2. Author: Hyechong Chung, Prodeepta Das

3. Publisher: -

4. Category: Culture