Events Calendar

Equalities and Employment in 2020

Join the UK Women's Budget Group and the Trades Union Congress to discuss how to protect women's working rights in the age of coronavirus October 19th 2:00pm - 3:00pm BST (London time) About this Event Join the UK Women’s Budget Group (WBG) and Trades Union Congress (TUC) for this special event to discuss the launch

Care is on the ballot: Why COVID-19 should push American voters to pay greater attention to the care economy

Donald Trump and Joe Biden present American voters with a stark choice when it comes to policies about the care economy. COVID-19 has underscored the importance of health care, child and elder-care, and education. While President Trump’s second term agenda largely ignores the care economy, former Vice President Biden offers plans that recognize the value

Report Release: India Inequality Report 2020 — On Women’s Backs

Wed, Oct 28, 2020 7:00 AM - 8:05 AM EDT, 4:30 PM IST Oxfam India is releasing the 2020 India Inequality Report — On Women’s Backs — on 28th Oct. The latest NSSO survey has revealed that the average Indian woman spends 243 minutes, which is almost ten times of the 25 minutes that an


A Forum to Learn, Strategize, and Celebrate Visions for Economic Justice December 14 – 18, 2020 Submit Proposal The International Women’s Rights Action Watch (IWRAW) Asia Pacific is hosting this year’s Global South Women’s Forum on Sustainable Development (GSWF 2020) as an online space for learning, strategizing and celebrating feminist visions for economic justice. IWRAW

Launch of No Borders to Equality Global Mapping

Join the Women in Migration Network and Friedrich-Ebert- Stiftung for the launch of a new report mapping organizations working on gender and migration around the world No Borders to Equality ~ Sin fronteras para la igualdad  ~  Sans frontières pour l'égalité Women in Migration Network has been happy to collaborate with Friedrich-Ebert Stiftung to produce a new

Concluding Annual Meeting 2021

Our annual meeting will be held virtually this year in May 12 – 14 (two hours each day). We invite all CWE-GAM researchers, advisors, partners, and funders to join us for a series of live panel sessions highlighting our project’s key research results, followed by a discussion on policy implications, reflection, and next steps. The


 JUNE 2 – 4, 2021  SEOUL, KOREA  The Center for Transnational Migration and Social Inclusion (CTMS) at Seoul National University and the Care Work and the Economy (CWE-GAM) Project at American University will jointly host international scholars, research institutions, civil society groups, and government ministries for a conference in Seoul, South Korea on June 2-4,

IAFFE 2021 Sustaining Life: Challenges of Multidimensional Crises

Sustaining life requires inclusive and resilient economic and political systems and the sustainability of our environment.  Feminist economics continues to offer a vital set of intellectual perspectives and methodologies with which to analyze these issues. Our economic and political systems are failing to address human needs and ecological fragility, particularly with the growing rise of

Intensive Virtual Course in Gender-Sensitive Macroeconomic Modeling

The Care Work and the Economy project at American University, in partnership with the Levy Economics Institute will hold a virtual 15-day training course June 28 - July 17, 2021.  Exact times TBD. This course is designed for government officials, statisticians, and researchers from developing countries to enhance their skills in estimating care economies and developing gender-sensitive macroeconomic

43rd IATUR Conference

Barcelona, Spain

Connecting Time Use Research with Public Policies, Organizations and Society This year's conference theme is: Connecting Time Use Research with Public Policies, Organizations and Society. Time-use research has the potential to inform key time use policies such as education schedules, mobility, equality policies, amongst many others. The 2021 IATUR conference wants to explore the connection between research, policy-making