Sarah Gammage

As Director of Gender, Economic Empowerment and Livelihoods, Sarah Gammage leads the International Center for Research on Women's work on women’s economic empowerment with a particular focus on the care economy, time use and time burdens and intra-household processes. She has more than 25 years of experience as researcher and feminist economist, providing policy advice and supporting strategic advocacy on gender equality in Latin America, Africa and Asia. For more information

 

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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

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