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Changing narratives about unpaid care work and the economy

14 July @ 07:30 - 09:00 EDT
worldwide/virtual
Free

The pandemic has shown the critical importance of Care. It also exposed the challenges that women, particularly mothers, face in juggling paid work and unpaid Care responsibilities. At the heart of the problem is our current economic system, which considers unpaid care work - and nature - as endless and free commodities. The Covid-19 crisis provides a unique
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Is Extractivism Compatible with Sustainable Development?

14 July @ 07:30 - 09:00 EDT
worldwide/virtual
Free

Please join us in the Mining Working Group’s side-event at the High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development 2021.  Our speakers from the Philippines, Brazil, Bolivia and Democratic Republic of Congo will discuss the impacts of mining and extractive industries and initiatives in their communities to address poverty and human rights abuses brought about by
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14:30

Reclaiming and Transforming Multilateralism: Towards a Peoples’ Multilateralism

14 July @ 14:30 - 16:00 SAST
worldwide/virtual
Free

Alongside the High-Level Political Forum 2021, ActionAid’s Youth Working Group will launch its popular education and advocacy series called “Reclaiming and Transforming Multilateralism: Towards a Peoples’ Multilateralism.” The report was authored by Diyana Yahaya, edited by Nancy Kachingwe, and commissioned by Katherine Robinson. This series of primers are intended to raise awareness and increase participation
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