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Highlighting the “invisible” work women do

One of the features of International Women’s Day over the past few years has been Scottish feminist organisation Engender’s Make Work Visible campaign to highlight the work that women do that really makes the world work but that isn’t recognised.

Not only do women work at their jobs, they often have another full shift to do at home looking after children, or parents, doing the housework, organising stuff. Actually, quite often they do the emotional labour in their offices too, keeping the peace, remembering birthdays, supporting colleagues under stress, organising social events, that sort of thing.

This video from 2014 explains it some more.

Here are some of the highlights so far:

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  • User AvatarJohn Marriott 9th Jul - 6:21pm
    I don’t know about bringing “new thinking and approaches to traditional economics”. Surely Rishi Sunak is there already.
  • User AvatarAndy Hinton 9th Jul - 6:17pm
    Lorenzo: The National Theatre, like other producing houses, is very much the exception, not the rule. I know several members of their sound department, so...
  • User AvatarAndy Daer 9th Jul - 6:17pm
    We must thank William Wallace for this concise and penetrating article, detailing and describing the horrifying choice the Conservative Party has made by hitching its...
  • User AvatarFiona 9th Jul - 6:05pm
    @Peter, that's not how I read it. I read it as working on ways to move away from 'traditional economics' and those ways of thinking,...
  • User AvatarGeorgina Sullivan 9th Jul - 5:27pm
    Peter Good question. Let's hope that it's not what it appears to be. perhaps Caroline Lucas ought to be involved as well?
  • User AvatarPaul Reynolds 9th Jul - 5:21pm
    I have been prompted to mention also that the Party has launched an excellent initiative where members can contribute considered policy ideas in each of...