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How women’s tissue and labour are bought and sold in modern biotechnology

Articlebodies - law - science

In the midst of population aging and population shrinking, Japan experiences a hitherto unknown degree of de-familiarization of eldercare. The already shortage prone health-care labor market subsequently has been opened up to international health-caregivers, even if only half-heartedly

Articlehome care - healthcare - politics - Migration - Asia

Iranian women have long been involved in protest in Iran, and they are involved too in the new cycle of protest erupted across more than 70 cities and towns in the country

Articlefeminism - Middle east - politics

Reducing gender inequalities requires smart and sustained investment in policies and approaches that have proven impact in dismantling obstacles to women’s rights and empowerment. Why the United Nations needs to take the lead now in financing gender equality

Articleequal opportunities - inequality - politics - public finance

According to the indian feminist Priti Darooka the W20 hosted in Berlin felt like a European meeting: the South really did not have a place to be seen or heard and there was no conversation about poverty, structural causes of inequalities, livelihoods, women farmers, women’s work in the informal economy

Articledevelopment - equal opportunities - feminism - politics

Less than 20 years ago domestic workers began to demand rights and recognition. A new series shows that while they’ve made substantial progress, there is still a long way to go

Articlefamilies - labour - Migration - social inclusion - welfare - work

"Moving from freelance job to freelance job can be stressful. It also needs self-discipline because there are many distractions at home. However, there are many pluses to working from home" the freelance Sally Perkins says

Articlegood practice - work - work life balance