Transformer l’économie des soins en modifiant les pratiques de travail de soins non rémunérés pour favoriser l’autonomisation des femmes

For the past three decades, the gap between the rate of men and women's participation in the Indonesian labour force has remained stagnant (83.01% and 55.04% respectively, according to 2018 national bureau statistics). However, a more recent survey by the United Nations Development Program and the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) South-East Asia conducted across eight cities in Indonesia in 2021, finds that, on average, women work more hours doing non employment-related tasks. The survey reveals a higher proportion of women devote, on average, more than three hours per day of domestic labor compared to men, while a higher proportion of men devote, on average, more than two hours a day to domestic production.

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