This factsheet was a collaborative piece drafted by a working group before and during the Civil Society Forum in Geneva on October 29, 2020 in preparation for the UNECE regional meeting, as a part of the Beijing+25 review process. CRIAW, along with other women’s organizations and members of civil society, drafted Addressing Economic Structural Barriers for Economic Justice to examine the many barriers to women’s equality and propose solutions. Issues raised include, the lack of accessible care services and the undervaluation of care work as a whole and the shrinking number of women participating in the labour market. To make progress on the critical areas in the BPfA many changes must still be made in order to create a sustainable and just economy.
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