- City of Oceanside proclaims workplace gender equity day! The Kim Center was honored to receive a proclamation on June 19, 2019, from Mayor Peter Weiss for Workplace Gender Equity Day. Celebrating with Executive Director Hei-ock Kim were fellow members of the County Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, as well as other supporters.See details here
- The 4th Annual Symposium was a great success - pictures are in the gallery!
- The City of La Mesa proclaimed March 8, 2019 to be Workplace Gender Equity Day and presented a ccommendation to the Kim Center for their work and dedication to fast-track gender equity in America's workplaces (check out the video). Congratulations to the Kim Center!
- We are now on tweeter - check it out
- Most recent Stop Trafficking! newsletter
- March 2019 Task Force Report from the San Diego Regional Task Force on the Homeless
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- Kim Center Receives Proclamation from Supervisor Gaspar
- Download CEDAW legislation information
- U.S. Senate passes the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA)
- San Diego County could increase its GDP by $23 billion within 10 years by reducing gender inequities in the workplace. However, at our current rate of progress, it will take 100 years for American women to reach equal representation just in leadership. Real results require focused attention. The Kim Center recommends some early steps for San Diego businesses to take the lead. More information available here.
- Statistics on Women in the Workforce
- Domestic Violence
- Human Trafficking
The Commission is mandated to study and advise the San Diego County Board of Supervisors on areas of concern to women’s lives and needs in San Diego County.