Uptake and advocacy

We are working to raise the policy visibility of women’s care work within social protection and poverty reduction strategies at both an international and national level. We are working with Action Aid, OxfamGB, the BRAC Development Institute (BDI) and SMERU to support strategies to integrate unpaid care.

International advocacy

Together with our international partners Action Aid International and Oxfam, we are working to raise the policy visibility of women’s care work within social protection and poverty reduction strategies. As a direct result of our work in Bangladesh and Indonesia, unpaid care work has been included within high level public policy planning activities.

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National advocacy

We are working with our partners Action Aid, OxfamGB, the BRAC Development Institute (BDI) and SMERU to support strategies to integrate unpaid care into country programmes. Together we are undertaking action research, using a political economy lens to look at care. An integrated part of the programme is to ensure uptake across the organisations and beyond the project, so that the findings feed directly back into programmes and interventions. 

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