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Women's Unpaid Care Work

Women's Unpaid Care Work

Unpaid care work refers to the many services that women provide in their homes and in communities, from preparing food to taking care of children, the ill and the elderly.

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UCW 1 - Care work and the economy

An economy requires care work to support it.The economy relates to all the goods and services that are produced, distributed an...

UCW 2 - The care work context

Unpaid care work refers to the many services that women provide in their homes and in communities, from preparing food to takin...

UCW 3 - Care work and human rights

An unequal distribution of care work leads to a violation of human rights recognised in national and international law. For ins...

UCW 4 - Redistributing unpaid care work

It's important to discuss how societies can collectively reduce the difficulty, time and labour intensity of care activities an...

UCW 5 - Advocacy on unpaid care work

Unpaid care work is critical for well-being and human development but it is not recognised or valued by policy makers. Instead ...

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