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Women’s ILO: Transnational networks, global labour standards and gender equity, 1919 to present

Publisher: ILO
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Format: Book- Paperback
ISBN-13: 9789221300731
Author: International Labour Office
Publication Date: 08-Mar-2018
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Number of Pages: 550

Description: This volume examines the involvement of women and their networks in and with the ILO, how gender has entered into international labour standards have shaped gender, and the challenges of achieving gender equity through transnational and local labour policies. The question of women workers has been on the ILO’s agenda since 1919. This volume gathers newest scholarly research on the complex history of the ILO’s activities for women workers. "This is a must-read volume for scholars and students interested in women, labor and international/transnational history." –Judy Tzu-Chun Wu, University of California, Irvine, USA "This fascinating collection of essays assesses the ILO’s role in securing social justice for women workers around the world and asks how that role might change as the world of work is transformed in the next century."—Celia Donert, University of Liverpool "This exciting collection provides a long-overdue state of the art on gender politics and the ILO. It will no doubt be the work of reference on the topic for years to come." –Elisabeth Prügl, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

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