2021 WBG ECN Conference - Panel 1: Feminist Visions of the Future of Working

The WBG 3rd Annual Early-Career Network Conference, Feminist Futures: Reimagining Global Climate Justice. In the lead up to COP26, it is important to insert our voices and ensure gender equality is at the core of the climate change agenda!

Our first panel explores the current economic order and calling to rethink the capitalist development model.

Link to full programme: https://wbg.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/2021-Conference-Programme-.pdf


Alexandra Arntsen, PhD Lecturer, Nottingham Trent University - Does ‘Thinking Green’ Mean Working Less?

Ugne Litvinaite, MSc in Inequalities and Social Science student at the LSE and researcher at Diversity Development Group (NGO) - Green and Care Economy Visions: Wollstonecraft’s Dilemma.

Özlem Onaran, Professor of Economics, University of Greenwich and Co-Director of Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre - A shorter working week for a gender-equal green transition.

Marilyn Howard, Hon Research Associate and Doctoral Student at University of Bristol - Social Security: The missing link in tackling climate change and gender inequality.

Chair: Sara Reis, Deputy Director of Women's Budget Group

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