Thalia Kidder
  • Female
  • Oxford
  • United Kingdom

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  • Jessan Catre
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Profile Information

Job title
Senior Adviser, Women's Economic Rights
Organisation name
Oxfam GB
Areas of expertise
Strategic lead, Women's Economic Empowerment and Care (WE-Care: research methodologies on unpaid care, strategies and policy asks on care, training on Women's Economic Leadership, women waged agricultural workers, gender and microfinance, women and economic organisations
Skype ID
t.kidder
Languages spoken
English
Spanish
(can read French)

Thalia Kidder's Blog

Beyond a ‘glass wall’ – women address invisible barriers to economic empowerment

Women's heavy and unequal share of care work often goes unspoken and unrecognised creating an invisible barrier for women's empowerment. Here, Thalia Kidder introduces a series of infographics illustrating the demands of care and why this needs to be a part of…

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Posted on October 21, 2014 at 14:00

Care work discussions happening in rural communities?! What next?

Posted by Thalia Kidder Senior Global Adviser, Women’s Livelihoods

7th Oct 2013

 

On the day the UN launches a new report linking unequal care responsibilities to human rights, we are  publishing…

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Posted on October 9, 2013 at 14:00

What’s the link between human rights and cooking, cleaning and caring and why does it matter?

A big welcome to the new UN report that links unpaid care work, poverty, inequality and women’s rights. People working on violations of human rights often find it a stretch to put housework, childcare and fetching water and fuelwood alongside evictions from ancestral lands, rape or unjustly emprisoning and torturing activists.

 

Likewise,…

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Posted on October 7, 2013 at 15:00

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At 17:48 on February 21, 2014, Rafael Henriquez Garcia said…

Hola Thalia!! me he integrado a la red con la guía de Claudia!! Saludos!!

 
 
 

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