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Do energy access projects provide the claimed benefits for women?

Rebecca Rewald's Oxfam report provides a literature review trying to answer this question. I would like to ask to practioners what are the…

Started by Rodolfo Gomes

4 Jul 3
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Empowering Female Workers in the Apparel Industry: Three Areas for Business Action

To realize the ambitions of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the UN High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment says there is…

Started by Vincent Trousseau

0 Jun 8

A Call for Global Action (Deadline May 31) - Request for evidence on 'what works' to address unpaid care as well as lessons learned

  Transforming Dynamics in the Care Economy: A Call for Global Action   The UN Secretary General has convened a High Level Panel on Women’s…

Started by Joanne Keenan

0 May 18, 2016

'I am (Wo)man' Campaign -- Call for submissions

Oxfam have been invited to participate in an exciting new digital storytelling campaign from UN Women.  Launching in February, the ‘I am (…

Started by Louisa-Jane Richards

0 Jan 15, 2015

Can Africapitalism save the continent?

Doing well and doing good in Africa. Interesting article in the Guardian adding to the eternal debate: Can business solve, on its own, Afri…

Started by Maria Michalopoulou

0 Jul 30, 2013

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