UNECE - UN Women series: Rethinking care economy and empowering women for building back better

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Author(s)/editor(s)
Sara Cantillon and Nina Teasdale

“UNECE - UN Women series: Rethinking care economy and empowering women for building back better” is the result of a collaboration between UNECE and UN Women in the framework of the project: “Strengthening social protection for pandemic response”. The project works on strengthening care policies with a gender lens, implemented with the participation of UN regional commissions, and cooperating partners, including UN Women regional offices. 

The reports of this series focus on rethinking the care economy and empowering women; present key findings and conclude with policy recommendations. The series of knowledge products feature regional analysis of Europe and Central Asia on unpaid work, regional investment study, and country reports of Serbia, Kyrgyzstan, and Moldova. 

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  • Empowering women through reducing unpaid work: A regional analysis of Europe and Central Asia (ENGRUS)
  • Public investment in the care economy in the UNECE region: Opportunities and challenges for gender equality in the COVID-19 recovery (ENG) 
  • Childcare, women's employment and COVID-19 impacts: The case of Serbia (ENG)
  • Childcare, women’s employment and the impact of COVID-19: The case of Moldova (ENG)
  • Childcare, women’s employment and the impact of COVID-19: The case of Kyrgyzstan (RUS)

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Languages available in print
English, Russian

Bibliographic information

Geographic coverage: Europe and Central Asia
UN Women office publishing: Europe and Central Asia
Publication year
2022
Number of pages
41