DOCUMENTS

CONCEPT NOTE

BROCHURE

DOCUMENTS

CONCEPT NOTE

BROCHURE

DOCUMENTS OF INTEREST

UN Women (2020).
Whose time to care: Unpaid care and domestic work during COVID-19
UN Women (2020).
COVID-19 and the care economy: Immediate action and structural transformation for a gender-responsive recovery
UN Women (2020).
Unpaid care work: Your daily load and why it matters
UN Women (2021).
Report on the UN Women Global Response to COVID-19
UN Women (2021).
Paid care work around the globe: A comparative analysis of 47 countries and territories
UN Women (2021).
Beyond COVID-19: A Feminist Plan for Sustainability and Social Justice
UN Women – UNDP (2021).
COVID-19 Global Gender Response Tracker
UN Women, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean – ECLAC (2021).
Towards the Construction of Comprehensive Care Systems in Latin America and the Caribbean: Elements for its Implementation
ILO (2022).
Care at work: Investing in care leave and services for a more gender equal world of work
Oxfam Canadá: Grantham, K. & Nijhawan, A. (2022).
From commitment to action: Donor investment in the care economy and feminist programming. Oxfam Canada
CIM/OEA (2020).
Inter-American Commission of Women. COVID-19 in women’s lives: Reasons to recognize the differential impacts
OECD (2020).
Who Cares? Attracting and Retaining Care Workers for the Elderly
ILO (2011).
Making decent work a reality for domestic workers. Progress and prospects ten years after the adoption of the Domestic Workers Convention, 2011 (No. 189)
IDRC, GrOW East Africa initiative, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, FemDev, and IWWAGE at Krea University (2022).
Evidence Review of the Global Childcare Crisis and the Road for Post-COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience
Canada and International Finance Corporation of the World Bank (2020).
Childcare in the COVID-19 Era: A Guide for Employers
International Finance Corporation of the World Bank (2017).
Tackling Childcare: The Business Case for Employer-Supported Childcare
ILO (2019).
Care Work and Care Jobs for the Future of Decent Work
Devercelli, Amanda E.; Beaton-Day, Frances.. World Bank, Washington, DC. © World Bank (2020).
Better Jobs and Brighter Futures: Investing in Childcare to Build Human Capital
Nancy Folbre, International Development Research Centre (2018).
Developing Care: Recent research on the care economy and economic development
UN Women (2022).
A toolkit on paid and unpaid care work: From 3Rs to 5Rs

DOCUMENTS OF INTEREST

UN Women (2020).
Whose time to care: Unpaid care and domestic work during COVID-19
UN Women (2020).
COVID-19 and the care economy: Immediate action and structural transformation for a gender-responsive recovery
UN Women (2020).
Unpaid care work: Your daily load and why it matters
UN Women (2021).
Report on the UN Women Global Response to COVID-19
UN Women (2021).
Paid care work around the globe: A comparative analysis of 47 countries and territories
UN Women (2021).
Beyond COVID-19: A Feminist Plan for Sustainability and Social Justice
UN Women – UNDP (2021).
COVID-19 Global Gender Response Tracker
UN Women, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean – ECLAC (2021).
Towards the Construction of Comprehensive Care Systems in Latin America and the Caribbean: Elements for its Implementation
ILO (2022).
Care at work: Investing in care leave and services for a more gender equal world of work
OECD (2020).
Who Cares? Attracting and Retaining Care Workers for the Elderly
CIM/OEA (2020).
Inter-American Commission of Women. COVID-19 in women’s lives: Reasons to recognize the differential impacts
Oxfam Canadá: Grantham, K. & Nijhawan, A. (2022).
From commitment to action: Donor investment in the care economy and feminist programming. Oxfam Canada
ILO (2011).
Making decent work a reality for domestic workers. Progress and prospects ten years after the adoption of the Domestic Workers Convention, 2011 (No. 189)
IDRC, GrOW East Africa initiative, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, FemDev, and IWWAGE at Krea University (2022).
Evidence Review of the Global Childcare Crisis and the Road for Post-COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience
Canada and International Finance Corporation of the World Bank (2020).
Childcare in the COVID-19 Era: A Guide for Employers
International Finance Corporation of the World Bank (2017).
Tackling Childcare: The Business Case for Employer-Supported Childcare
ILO (2019).
Care Work and Care Jobs for the Future of Decent Work
Devercelli, Amanda E.; Beaton-Day, Frances.. World Bank, Washington, DC. © World Bank (2020).
Better Jobs and Brighter Futures: Investing in Childcare to Build Human Capital
UN Women (2022).
A toolkit on paid and unpaid care work: From 3Rs to 5Rs
Nancy Folbre, International Development Research Centre (2018).
Developing Care: Recent research on the care economy and economic development

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