Urvashi Aneja | The Future is Feminist

Feminist Visions of the Future of Work in Asia

This paper explores narratives and perspectives on the future of work in Asia through a feminist lense.

"The Future is Feminist” is a global project of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, working worldwide with feminists to develop positive visions for a better future that focus on economic policy issues and critical economic perspectives. The project in particular analyses the effects of digitalization and the future of work.

This study is the contribution from Asia and focuses on the narratives, trends and developments in this region.

Asia / Urvashi Aneja. - Berlin : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Global Policy and Development, [2019]. - 16 Seiten = 1,1 MB, PDF-File. - (Perspecitve FES Berlin). - (Labour and social justice)
Electronic ed.: Berlin : FES, 2019

Aneja, Urvashi

Feminist visions of the future of work

Asia
Berlin, 2019

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