Self-service coffee shop Touch Café near Ewha Womans University. Photo by Ahn Chee-young.
Photo provided by Animal Liberation Wave
At the Animal Rights March, activists shout slogans including “Stop speciesism” and “We are all animals." Photo provided by Animal Liberation Wave
Students of Dongduk Women’s University demand the school ensure campus safety with candlelight rallies and marches. Photo provided by Dongduk Press
Ewha Gyoji publishes an edition every semester. The 97th edition “Pyobaek-ju-ui” is displayed in their office. Photo by Shim Ha-eun.
Pyeonghwa Nabi, a network of university student clubs working towards solutions for “comfort women” issues, are still facing trouble getting their branches to become official clubs. Photo provided by Chung-Ang Nabi.
Fine dust sensor assembled in the exterior of Professor Kalinowski’s home. Photo provided by Thomas Kalinowski.
Stickers are assembled to read “We need WSGA.″ The Sungkyunkwan Gender Equality Group strives for the improvements in women rights on campus. Photo provided by Sungkyunkwan Gender Equality Group.
Bae is planning to run a YouTube channel with contents that are comfortable for everyone. Photo by Yoon Chae-eun.
A police campaign discouraging spy cam installation. Photo provided by Busan Metropolitan Police Agency
A screen shot of the website provided by Danuri School shows that Danuri School has various tabs where people can click on to watch a video clip or gain access to learning materials on multiculturalism.
2018 Seoul World Culture Fair was held opening booths that offer diverse cultural experience to commemorate World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development. Photo by Wee So-yeon