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- DocumentInternational Center for Research on Women, USA, 2010Girls receive a disproportionally small share of the total development dollars invested globally each year, but the field is primed for even greater action and investment. Before charting the way forward, it is important to understand more about current efforts underway on behalf of girls...Document
Impacts of international migration and remittances on child outcomes and labour supply in Indonesia: How does gender matter?World Bank, 2011This policy research working paper empirically investigates rising international migration and remittances in Indonesia. It particularly examines the ways in which female migration (approximately 80% of Indonesia’s migrant workers in 2007) affects the livelihoods of the migrants’ origin households.DocumentInternational Labour Organization, 2011This working paper is the South African report for the social dialogue and gender equality research project — coordinated by the Industrial and Employment Relations Department (DIALOGUE) in cooperation with the Bureau for Gender Equality of the International Labour Office.DocumentInternational Labour Organization, 2011This working paper was produced by the International Labour Organisation’s Bureau for Gender Equality in cooperation with the industrial and employment relations department and the ILO Decent Work technical support team for South Asia.DocumentRoutledge Taylor and Francis Group, 2010This compilation of writing focuses on unpaid care work, the majority of which is performed by women. Although this work has significant implications for the wellbeing of individuals, households and communities, it has been widely neglected by economists and development actors.DocumentWomen in Development Europe, 2010What are the current trends in women’s migration and why are they occurring? According to this study, globalisation has led to increased international migration. However, migrants often cannot enjoy the full protection of the rights to which they are entitled. Also, labour legislation often fails to adequately protect migrant women, exacerbating their disadvantage and exploitation.Document
Bridging the gap: Improving capabilities and expanding opportunities for women in the Middle East and North Africa regionWorld Bank Publications, 2010What challenges to economic gender parity do women in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) face? This World Bank brief discusses constraints to women’s opportunities, including limited labour market mobility, mismatched skill acquisition in schools with labour market demands, as well as legal or institutional factors influenced by discriminatory cultural norms.DocumentInternational Labour Organization, 2010Maternity protection for women workers is essential for ensuring women's access to equality of opportunity and treatment in the workplace. It also contributes to the health and well-being of mothers and their babies.DocumentBarnard Centre for Research on Women, 2008This paper arose out of a 2007 lecture and colloquium at Barnard College, which aimed to articulate connections between struggles for economic justice and for sexual justice, and to develop new ideas about how different social movements could come together.DocumentMalawi Medical Journal, 2010Sex work has increasingly become a popular means of making money for young girls in the urban areas in Malawi. This article makes reference to an intervention project in Malawi that was implemented in 2004 and sought to empower sex workers and to encourage them to insist on consistent use of condoms.