- Oxfam’s Time To Care report looks at wealth inequality and how it’s partly driven by the burden placed on women to provide unpaid – and underpaid – care work.
- The charity proposes six solutions to “close the gap between care workers and the wealthy elite”.
“Governments around the world can, and must, build a human economy that is feminist and benefits the 99%, not only the 1%.”
That’s the message from Oxfam, the aid and development charity, in its latest report on the state of global inequality, Time To Care.
It focuses on the impact that unpaid and underpaid care work has on the prospects and livelihoods of women and girls across the world – and how that’s driving growing inequality.
Oxfam lists six recommendations to “close the gap between care workers and the wealthy elite who have profited most from their labour”, from ending extreme wealth to challenging harmful norms and sexist beliefs. Tiếp tục đọc “5 shocking facts about inequality, according to Oxfam’s latest report”