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Gender inequality and the care economy: time for a change

By Robert Sweeney / 4 November, 2020

The distribution of both paid and unpaid care work in society is probably the single, largest factor affecting economic inequalities between men and women. Because they provide the overwhelming amount of unpaid care, women have often been excluded from the economic, political and cultural life. And, while the professionalisation of […]

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Sophisticated tools – weak principles

By Philippe Fargues / 25 September, 2020

With its ‘New Pact on Migration and Asylum’, the European Commission has taken on one of the most divisive and controversial issues within the bloc. And one that puts its own human rights record most prominently on the spot. The outcome are elaborate proposals, heavy on procedure but weak on […]

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Gender perspective: how differently economics might be done?

By Giulia Zacchia / 8 March, 2018

The lack of women in top positions in economics contributes to misogyny and, at a deeper level, to a more disguised form of discrimination.

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