Is there gender equality in Singapore?

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There is gender equality in Singapore. Do you agree?
1 Yes
1.1 R: Equal opportunities

Annotations:

  • GROUP B
1.1.1 E: Education
1.1.2 E: Workplace
1.1.2.1 E: Support given to women
1.1.2.1.1 E: Maternity leave
1.1.2.2 E: Campaigns to promote increase in women's labour participation
1.1.2.3 R: Laws promote greater equality at work
1.1.2.3.1 E: paternity leave
1.1.2.4 R: Economic need to ensure women go to work
1.2 R: Equal rights

Annotations:

  • GROUP B (Not sure if A or B)
1.2.1 R': Protected by the law
1.2.1.1 E: Life and liberty
1.2.1.2 E: Voting rights
1.2.1.3 E: Women's charter
1.2.1.4 Some laws only apply to women (SBR)
1.2.1.4.1 rape laws
1.2.2 R': Singapore practices meritocracy
1.2.2.1 promotes equal opportunities
1.2.3 E: Advocacy groups for rise in women's status
1.2.3.1 E: Aware
2 No
2.1 R: Societal perception
2.1.1 E: media
2.2 R: Traditional stereotypes persist
2.2.1 E: Son preference
2.2.2 E: In the private sphere:
2.2.2.1 E: double burden
2.2.2.2 E: lack financial stability
2.3 R: Unequal treatment

Annotations:

  • GROUP C
2.3.1 E: workplace (beyond the law)
2.3.1.1 E: fewer women in workforce after marriage
2.3.1.1.1 E: preference for male workers
2.3.1.2 E: same qualifications, different pay
2.3.2 E: glass ceiling
2.3.3 E: political representation
3 Reasons =/= examples

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