We apply an intersectional approach, to understand how globalization and economic change affect the way different forms of discrimination combine, overlap, and intersect, in the experiences of different people, especially those of marginalized people or groups.
We support activism and advocacy for equality and justice. We think women’s political participation, a more critical focus on decent work for all, and more emphasis on gender-just economic models are key to strengthening women in Asia.
We sensitise and support governments at national and regional level. We strive to reconnect issues and actors and build strategic alliances to promote policies and programmes that achieve equal opportunities for all.
Payal Arora, author of “The Next Billion Users. Digital Life beyond the West” shares her views on digital justice and how it relates to the digital...
Event announcement: Webinar - "The digital economy in Asia: Feminist perspectives" is hosted by a working group of the regional project "Women and the...
Eight country studies shed light on the challenges and chances the 4th Industrial Revolution poses for female labourers.
The study serves as a starting point for further analysis and discussion about women and the future of work in China.
The study serves as a starting point for further analysis and discussion about women and the future of work in the Philippines.
This paper explores narratives and perspectives on the future of work in Asia through a feminist lense.