Looking ahead to CSW63: Expert Papers

Sharon Bhagwan Rolls
Posted November 13, 2018 from Fiji



Background Papers available via http://www.unwomen.org/en/csw/csw63-2019/preparations/expert-group-meeti...

·         Gita Sen, Public Health Foundation of India From Principle to Practice: Universal and Gender-Responsive Health Care

·         Deepta Chopra, Institute of Development Studies Initiating women’s empowerment; achieving gender equality: Interlinkages amongst Social Protection, Infrastructure and Public Services


Expert Papers

·         Eìva Fodor, Central European University Gendered threats to social protection in an anti-liberal state

·         Liu Hong, School of Social Development and Public Policy Fudan University Migration for care and care for migrants in East Asia: Challenges for social policy and long-term care reforms

·         Nana Akua Anyidoho, University of Ghana Making space for women’s informal livelihoods in urban africa

·         Mignon Duffy, University of Massachusetts Lowell The Paid Care Sector: Building Human Infrastructure for Gender Equality

·         Veroìnica Montuìfar, Public Services International-PSI Advancing Women’s Human Rights through Gender Responsive, Quality Public Services

·         Flora Myamba, Women and Social Protection Tanzania Sustainable Gender-Responsive Social Protection Systems: Breaking the Gender Norms Barrier in South Saharan Africa

·         James Heintz, University of Massachusetts Four Points about Financing Social Policies and Public Investment

·         Reihana Mohideen, University of Melbourne Transitions to sustainable energy in Asia: challenges and opportunities for gender equality

·         Tara Patricia Cookson, Ladysmith Social Protection and Access to Public Services in the Age of Conditionality

·         Rachel Slater, Centre for International Development and Training Gender, social protection and services in fragile and conflict-affected situations

·         Magdalena Sepuìlveda, UN Research Institute for Social Development What does human rights law have to do with social protection systems? Operationalizing the human rights principles of equality and transparency

·         Hania Sholkamy, The American University in Cairo Will the trend towards cash undermine public provisions? Reflection from Egypt and the ME

·         Tanu Priya Uteng, Department of Sustainable Urban Development and Mobility Institute of Transport Economics Addressing the interlinkages between gender and transport in developing economies

·         Haris Gazdar, Collective for Social Science Research Social Protection and Women’s Work in Rural South Asia

Observer Papers

·         Maja Gavrilovic, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Gender Perspectives in Social Protection for Rural and Agriculture-dependent Communities

·         Laura Addati and Christina Behrendt, International Labour Organization (ILO) Key ILO recommendations

·         IANGWE – Inter-Agency Network for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Women’s access to social protection and public services – Best practice case studies

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Jill Langhus
Nov 14, 2018
Nov 14, 2018

Hi Sharon,

Thanks for sharing your post to these amazing resources. Do you have another link available? I got an error.

Hope you're having a great day:-)

Juliet Acom
Jan 13, 2019
Jan 13, 2019

Thanks for sharing Sharon. I will check out the links

Bettina Amendi
Jan 23, 2019
Jan 23, 2019

Good Job.Thanks for sharing.

Sherna Alexander Benjamin
Jan 29, 2019
Jan 29, 2019

Sister Sharon,
I appreciate these resources and the time you took to post them. The link which is included in your post when clicked a 404 error of page not found is seen. Can you review link and submit again. Looking forward to the new link.

J Brenda Lanyero
Feb 08, 2019
Feb 08, 2019

Hi Sharon. This is really nice. Thank you for sharing.

Beth Lacey
Jun 07, 2019
Jun 07, 2019

Great resources