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The aim of the study is to analyze the ways women are empowered through information and communication technology (ICT) and fostering the process of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Women in developing countries are facing economic and s... see more

In this article, the researcher seeks to examine the right to education and study and women's labor rights in Iranian jurisprudence and law and the 2030 UNESCO document. The present study is a descriptive-analytical study using the library method to inves... see more

The total fertility rate remains high in Cameroon while women are more affected by inactivity, unemployment and underemployment compared to men. This study aims to analyze the effects of fertility on the level of insertion of women in the labor market in ... see more

The process of pregnancy affects psychological aspects significantly. This process may lead to anxiety and inconveniences. The previous research showed that anxiety might be contributing to the labor process. These can decreased baby birth weight and incr... see more

A previous study has shown that households with both the head and the spouse joining the labor force tend to exit from poverty. In Indonesia, women that actively participated in labor market were relatively small, only around 50% in 2017. Meanwhile, most ... see more

Over the past decades, the migration policies of the main destination countries have become much more stringent. In developing and improving migration policies, destination countries faced a difficult task - to find a balance between two factors: free mar... see more

Labor-intensive industries oriented to low prices, has a strategy of reducing labor costs to compete in a competitive market. To streamline the production burden, the company issues a portion of its production commodities to workers outside the factory, i... see more

By conducting descriptive statistical analysis and the establishment of two econometric models, this study proves that the marginalization of women in the Indonesian labor market still occurs even though the quality of Indonesian women from the level of e... see more

Activism of international women’s labors does not deal with one version of global action yet manifesting in pluralism of actions with divergent and different forms. Many faces of Asia-Pacifics women’s movements, for example, are having multiple expression... see more

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