Homeworking Women: A Gender Justice Perspective
“Homeworking Women: A Gender Justice Perspective,” published by Corporate Accountability Research sheds light on the conditions of homeworking women and the underlying causes that perpetuate injustices experienced by them. The book analyses homeworking through the framework of gender justice. At the core of this framework is the need for homeworkers to collectively organise.
[For the full article, please see ‘Homeworking Women: A Gender Justice Perspective (Routledge)’, written by Annie Delaney, Rosaria Burchielli, Shelley Marshall and Jane Tate and published by Corporate Accountability Research 2016]
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