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CSW63 Parallel event: ‘It’s slavery’ why time matters for gender-sensitive, multidimensional poverty measurement

Are you attending the 63rd Commission on the Status of Women? Join us for a parallel event on time-use and multidimensional poverty measurement.

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Webinar: Transforming the Face of Unpaid Care Work

This Friday, Jo Crawford will be contributing to an ActionAid podcast about unpaid care work. Register for the webinar today.

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IDM at the Sustainability and Development Conference

From 9 – 11 November, the Sustainability and Development Conference was held at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Read Associate Professor Janet Hunt and Trang Pham’s presentations to the conference.

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Event: What Is Wrong With Current Measures Of Development?

Jo Crawford of the IWDA IDM Team will be contributing to a panel at Deakin University on 27 September.

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Launch of the Centre of Excellence on Gender Statistics & First Global Conference on Gender Equality and Unpaid Care & Domestic Work in Mexico City

On the 10 & 11 September, the Centre of Excellence on Gender Statistics (CEGS) was launched in Mexico City, followed by the First Global Conference on Gender Equality and the Measurement of Unpaid Care and Domestic Work.

3 minutes
Individual level measurement: looking inside the household matters

Leading experts estimate that around one third of all inequality exists within households, and two-thirds between households. As a global community, we don’t currently measure the different experiences of individuals within households…

3 minutes

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