Prateek favourite photo from the pastoral study. This photo is something which I could relate to. We could point out before going to the field how pastoral woman's work does not find itself within the women and work discourse but it was after understanding the relationship of women with animals, we could understand the nature of "work" which a pastoral woman does.
Join Coady Institute’s Sarika Sinha (Program Teaching Staff), Eileen Alma (Director, International Centre for Women’s Leadership), and guests for a free webinar, Covid-19 from an Intersectional Gendered Perspective: Looking Beyond the Obvious.
This webinar proposes to delve into the impact of Covid-19 on the gendered relations and look beyond the obvious. It aims to not only delve directly into the loss of jobs and earnings, but also indirectly in terms of food insecurity, depletion of savings and assets, social isolation, and mobility loss (much of it legalised and enforced by state). Further, women who were unpaid workers in homes and family enterprises, face further precarity. The conversation, moreover, aims to look into the labour market transitions, type of work that women have been doing, social protection and change in care work from the standpoint of the poor and excluded women across the globe. Lastly, it aims to look at the women led progressive pathways towards developing more equitable alternatives.
Dr. Flavia Ross - Professor of Sociology, Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF)
Dr. Lebohang L Pheko - Senior Research Fellow/Political Economist, Trade Collective
Dr. Bina Agrawal - Professor of Development Economics and Environment, Global Development Institute at University of Manchester