The author of our studies outlines India’s unique position:
A future of work, steered largely by technology, will likely have wide societal impact, determined by access to and distribution of technological gains. India is in a unique positionit has the largest young workforce in the world. This presents an opportunity to address existing social inequities and the condition of vulnerable groups. In looking at how women will fare in the future of work, a feminist perspective is helpful for investigating power structures and processes of marginalization that may impact vulnerable groups access to the workforce and the working conditions they are exposed to.
Zothan Mawii. - New Delhi : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung India Office, September 2019. - 11 Seiten = 480 KB, PDF-File. -
Electronic ed.: New Delhi : FES, 2019
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