CWW infographics summarize the market-based and unpaid care work economy in a country. This post shows the infographic for Turkey.
Researchers affiliated with Counting Women's Work and the National Transfer Accounts project will present their findings at the 40th IATUR conference in Budapest, Hungary, October 24-26.
Researchers from CWW will join the 2018 annual meeting of the Care Work and the Economy Project (CWE-GAM) in Berlin, Germany in October 21-23, 2018.
CWW Working Paper WP7 is by Morné Oosthuizen and Kezia Lilenstein, and details the CWW research for Mauritius. It is entitled Counting Women's Work in Mauritius: Household Production across the Lifecycle in 2003.
Counting Women's Work collaborated with a task force on Gender Economic Equity to make sure that discussions of women’s economic empowerment included evidence from both the market and household economies.
CWW Policy Brief No. 1 demonstrates the importance of CWW research for a number of policy areas in developing countries. It is entitled How “Counting Women’s Work” Matters: Evidence from the Global South.