Women, Gender and work: Social Choices and Inequalities
This second volume of Women, Gender and Work - a collection of 30 recent articles selected from the International Labour Review, offering the insights of economists, sociologists and lawyers into a wide range of gender issues and country settings. It presents an invitation to reflect upon the connections between measured labour market outcomes and the real lives people lead, what work means to them, the care work continuum, and the very notion of “gender equality”.
- Women's Economic Empowerment through Responsible Business Conduct in G7 Countries
- Reflections on the Global Compact for Migration
- Implementing a Gender-Responsive Global Compact for Migration
- Realizing the Human Rights, Including Labour Rights, of Women Migrant Workers
- Gender-Responsive Approach to Promoting and Protecting the Rights of Children and Families in Migration