The Counting Women's Work Project was formally launched in Latin America in Lima, Peru, on Friday 15 August 2014. The launch included a panel discussion entitled "What is the role of women in the labour market today? Challenges in Peru and Latin America" and was hosted by the CIES, in association with the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) and CWW funders the Hewlett Foundation and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC).
Participants in the discussion included Paulo Saad (Head of Population and Development, CELADE); Estela Rivero (principal investigator for the Mexican CWW research); Carolina Trivelli (former Minister of Development and Social Inclusion in Peru); and Guiselle Romero (researcher in the Department of Management Sciences, PUCP). The discussion was led Norma Vidal Añaños, Deputy Minister for Social Services, Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion.
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