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Gendered transitions and women's agency in changing production networks

Location
203 Haworth Building
Dates
Wednesday 14 November 2018 (12:00-13:30)
Contact

If you would like to know more about this event please email the IGI Lead Administrator: Sukhi Birks.

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Gender Inequality - The Institute for Global Innovation

In this seminar Dr Eleni Sifaki, who has recently joined the IGI as a Research Fellow on the Fighting Gender Inequality Research Programme, will discuss her recent work on gender relations, women’s agency in changing production networks and focusing on the case of the grapes export sector in Greece. Export agriculture has undergone major changes over time that have been compounded by the recent economic and financial crisis. There is little research however on the processes of transformation in women’s work and agency in the context of changing production networks. 

Gender Inequality Theme

Session Lead:  Dr Eleni Sifaki, Research Fellow of the IGI, Gender Inequality
Seminar Series: Wednesday Lunchtimes at the IGI  

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