This article's focus was on how in the political society in Liberia, gender inequality towards women in being threatened and dominated by male power. Gender discrimination is something that can be helped by globalization because in other societies like that have shown how letting women participate in politics can help said other societies. Also, UNESCO can help control the situation in Liberia concerning gender discrimination and other threats towards the female community is by having some of their women representatives come and discuss how having equal opportunities for both men and women can help the country be more connected to their roots.
This article goes over how women don't get equal representation in the judicial system in Egypt. In fact, this request for equal gender representation was sparked by one Umniah Gadallah who is a "top class law graduate" and was still rejected a position for "no other reason but her gender." This proves that in order to get the equal representation women need, UNESCO can help by gently pushing for a gender equality global practice which will lead to more educated and great women representing other great women. This could also lead to giving more rights to those in the LGBTQ+ community getting the rights they deserve.
Having this article written towards a graduate student's understanding is probably why it makes the article so much more better about discussing gender equality on a globalized level. The author discussed how with the U.N. countries such as Sweden and Canada, providing positive feedback from their feminist programs, that giving women will be leave a good impact. Especially starting this movement while girls are still in school, so they can learn everything in depth rather than having to relearn everything all at once. This information helps provide a report that can tell us about how well the U.N. has done on gender equality, so UNESCO can also provide support by bringing up more feminist-friendly policies.
South Korean government asked UNESCO to provide comfort women documents from the time of Japanese rulings. After UNESCO declined the proposal from both South Korea and China, the Seoul Foreign Ministry explained how their intentions were to provide closure for women's rights and how comfort women overcame the pain of their suffering. This shows how popular culture is threatening my cause because this proposal wasn't even fully publicized before commenters were writing negative comments to both sides.
The following is a PDF going over the impact of globalization on gender equality. It also goes over what UNESCO could do to help aid making gender equality a globalized practiced. With the help this pamphlet gives, gender equality will finally give women the opportunities that men get in more than just a handful of countries.