Women bear the brunt of holding society together and rebuilding society along the fault lines of a myriad of consequences. Women are marginalised by lower wages, discrimination, and unequal opportunities in the workplace despite their invaluable contribution to the economy.
Join this four-part series to assess the economic, political, and social roles of women in Africa, how these have been shaped historically and altered during times of crises.
|06-Nov-20||The Economy, The Church, COVID 19: A Gendered Perspective|
|13-Nov-20||The Informal Economy During a Global Health Pandemic|
|20-Nov-20||Care Economy, Gendered Roles & The Church|
|27-Nov-20||Food Security & COVID19: Assessing the Impacts on Women & Girls|
Time: 10:00 – 12:00