Women Empowerment in Pakistan

Name: Professor: Institution: Date: Abstract Pakistan has been among the counties that rank the poorest in gender equality. The percentage of women that are educated and those that are in the workforce are still deficient. Additionally, the number of women in leadership in government agencies and the legislative body is lower than the recommended ratio. There is the need to promote women empowerment in the country. This paper addresses essential issues concerning women empowerment. It will define the role of international organization and assess the progress of the nation in implementing the recommendations. It will provide a brief history of the status of women in Pakistan. The paper also...

Cost of High Education for Low-Income Students

Abstract The research focuses on the cost of high education in relation to low-income students. The research will demonstrate that number of students in higher education institutions depends on the amount charged for the acquisition the education. When the price is high, the students with low income cannot afford to pay the price and hence low population in the higher learning institutions. On the other hand, when the cost of high education is low, many low-income students can afford the price and hence an increased number of students in the institutions. The research is important since it will also focus on the strategies that can be used to solve the low population resulting from the high cost...

Ethnic Minority Group’s Cultural Participation in Rotterdam Weiyan Tang

Ethnic Minority Group’s Participation in Rotterdam 1. Introduction1.1 BackgroundSimilar to other forms of active participation, recreation participation engrosses the engagement and exchange between and among individuals, groups, and families. Cultural participation usually involves the encounter with arts and heritage that culminate in healthy demeanor towards other people through increased individual confidence and capacity to work together. The main reason for cultural participation is socialization, which according to Jeannote (cited in Stanley, 2006) is highly linked to engagement in cultural activities. This participation can help to reduce the ethnic gap that often prevails among...

Japanese Society – Globalization in Modern Japan

The thesis proposal on Japanese society The duality of the process of self-identification of the Japanese, belonging to both the West and the East, makes them think about their identity and clarify it. At different periods of their history, the Japanese have repeatedly faced the need to approach the present and, in this connection, clarify the specifics of their self-identification. And each time it happened during the periods of internationalization, which were accompanied by the intervention of "foreign" value systems and their pressure on the traditional regulatory systems of the Japanese, prompting them to determine who "We" and who are "They". Each of the three internationalization of Japan...