Gender-Just Economies

At a Glance

The evidence is clear: women earn less than men, work the most precarious jobs, do more unpaid care work and are most impacted by the widening wealth gap no matter where they live. Transformative approaches to women’s economic justice challenge gendered norms upholding economic inequality, advocate for safe working conditions and urge governments to recognize and redistribute unpaid care work.

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Women in Humanitarian Action

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Gender-Just Economies

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We’re a team of policy experts and thought leaders who collaborate with communities, local partners and governments around the world to bring about policy changes and shift the narrative to advance gender justice and end poverty and inequality.

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