Confucianism, which upholds that women are solely responsible for the care of children, is still a highly influential school of thought in South Korean society. Some private companies even broadcast reminders telling people to go home. But for the children and families that still go through this process every year, it is far from ideal. One way the government plans to do this is by encouraging men to play a more active role in parenthood. Another way the government could help working mothers is by addressing the shortcomings of state-run childcare programmes. Featured Government policy. Baby boom or bust: why South Korea is desperately trying to boost its birth rate South Korea has spent billions trying to increase its fertility rate, currently the lowest in the world.
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