Joshua Jayaa F11190074In my personal opinion, I agree with the two existing articles, namely regarding genderequality. Although currently there are many voices about gender equality from various countries,it is true that the reality is not going as smoothly. There are still many people who often discreditone gender or categorize certain genders based on certain things as well. If the two articles tellthat there are still gender inequalities abroad, what about Indonesia? Reported by the WEF, in2017, Indonesia was ranked sixth with an index of 0.691. Indonesia lost to the Philippines at thetop with a score of 0.790. In fact, Indonesia lost to Laos and Vietnam too. In the world rankingon gender equality, Indonesia ranks 84th out of 144 countries. It is still far behind other countriesthat have upheld gender equality. Even though gender equality in Indonesia is not somethingnew. This equality between men and women has even existed since the colonial era. Indonesiansociety is certainly no longer foreign to the term or even the meaning of gender equality itself.We all know how RA Kartini's struggle to elevate the status of women. This woman bornin Jepara will certainly be remembered and remembered by all Indonesian people. Both from thepast generation to the current generation. He is one of the most valuable people, especially forwomen. Therefore, nowadays women can go to school, have careers, and have a decent living.So according to RA Kartini, it is no longer a time for women to be considered weak and unable
Joshua Jayaa F11190074to do what men do, because they all have the same position. There is neither greater nor less.