In the digital economy of tomorrow, machines will do many things human workers used to do. How can the displaced workers earn a living?
Putting the creation of livelihoods front and centre, the Human Economy is composed of two interwoven economies. The digital capitalist economy, which generates the surplus needed to remunerate work for the common good. And the human commons, which produce the consumption demand needed to keep the market economy going. The Human Economy prepares the ground for the social contract for the digital society: to provide full capabilities to everyone who is willing to contribute to the common good.
Myanmar activist Nandar draws attention to domestic violence against the female body through her work as translator and performer.
The feminist network Political Feminism in Asia, a regional project by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, met in Penang to deliberate direction for joint...
Comics are a serious and an entertaining medium that can boost efforts to address the complex topics of feminism and the future of work.