#CSW61 focuses on women in the changing world of work
Activists, celebrities and governments are joining the UN to combat what they describe as the “great robbery” of pay inequality
Although technological advances and globalization are providing unprecedented opportunities in the workplace, women on average still earn around a quarter less than men, for the same job.
This week we’re bringing you a special programme to celebrate International Women’s Day, marked annually on the 8th of March.
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