Published June 30, 2000
by International Labour Office .
Written in English
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Mainstreaming Informal Employment and Gender in Poverty Reduction: A Handbook for Policy-Makers and Other Stakeholders (New Gender Mainstreaming in Development Series) [Chen, Martha Alter, Carr, Marilyn, Vanek, Joann] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mainstreaming Informal Employment and Gender in Poverty Reduction: A Handbook for Policy-Makers and Other . complement the Modular Package on Gender, Poverty and Employment, Reader’s Kit (). This Guide makes reference to specific modules of the Modular Package, highlights the relevance of the analysis and strategies presented in these modules, and identifies the specific practical and strategic needs created by a crisis situation, as well. This document is an excerpt from: ILO International Training Centre, Module on Gender, Poverty and Employment The approach of the ILO to action against poverty and through a gender perspective may be summarized in three main arguments: Main arguments First, when addressing poverty, it is necessary to deal with employment. Consideration of gender when discussing the work-family interface is critical, yet most of our understanding of work and family interactions and gender stems from data collected on middle- and Gender, Poverty, and the Work–Family Interface | SpringerLinkCited by: 2.
Learning Objectives After completing this lesson, you shall be able to: Appraise the disadvantaged position of women in the world of work, establishing links between employment patterns, gender and poverty; ; Illustrate the key issues in the debate on the feminization of poverty and the over-representation of women among the poor in all regions, and realize that gender constitutes a dividing. 6. To promote gender equality and the empowerment of women as effective ways to combat poverty, hunger and disease and to stimulate development that is truly sustainable. THE STATEMENT OF NEED When women have economic empowerment, it is a way . This Note was prepared as part of the Bolivia Multidimensional Poverty Non-Lending Technical Assistance (PP) led by the Poverty and Equity Global Practice of the World Bank. The work was made possible thanks to the support of two multi-do-nor trust funds: the Umbrella Facility for Gender Equality (UFGE) and the Rapid SocialFile Size: 7MB. This handbook highlights the lack of attention to employment, and especially informal employment, in poverty reduction strategies; and points to the links between being informally employed, being a woman or a man, and being poor. It does so within the context of major changes in the nature of work related to economic restructuring and by:
Part 2: Employment and Labour Markets. Martha Alter Chen, Marilyn Carr, and Joann Vanek, Mainstreaming Informal Employment and Gender in Poverty Reduction: A Handbook for Policymakers and Other Stakeholders (Commonwealth Secretariat, ), pp. 1– This paper examines the dimensions of poverty and the relationship between gender and the poverty of rural people in the Third World. This analysis is applied to formulate a proposal for the application of science and technology to improving food production and environmental protection, an agenda of central importance to rural women in the. including divisions by gender and other social characteristics, and it facilitates Box 1. The SEAGA Package This Field Handbook is just one piece of the complete SEAGA Package. Two other Handbooks are also available. The Intermediate Handbook is for those who work inFile Size: 1MB. Women’s Opportunities and Challenges in Sub-Saharan African Job Markets Prepared by Christine Dieterich, Anni Huang, Alun Thomas often limits women’s productivity and leaves them in extreme poverty. (Croppenstedt et al., ) explains the root causes of gender employment differences in SSA multi-sector labor Size: KB.