Homeworking Women

By Annie Delaney, Rosaria Burchielli, Shelley Marshall & Jane Tate 'Homework represents one of the worst examples of labour rights violations and gender exploitation through a form of work that has persisted, practically unchanged, over the past two centuries' (p. 14, Homeworking Women: A gender Justice Perspective) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJV_qHJjMxE&feature=youtu.be

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Homeworking Women: A Gender Justice Perspective

By Annie Delaney, Rosaria Burchielli, Shelley Marshall, Jane Tate Our new book is out now! To buy your copy of our Homeworking Women book, click here. Homework; work that is categorised as informal employment, performed in the home, mainly for subcontractors and mostly undertaken by women. The inequities and injustices inherent in homework conditions maintain women’s weak bargaining position, … Continue reading Homeworking Women: A Gender Justice Perspective

Poem for Ellen (Ellen Kleimaker 1952 – 2017)

“The only dream worth having is to dream that you will live while you are alive, and die only when you are dead. To love, to be loved. To never forget your own insignificance. To never get used to the unspeakable violence and vulgar disparity of the life around you. To seek joy in the … Continue reading Poem for Ellen (Ellen Kleimaker 1952 – 2017)

Everyday heroes, art and migration.

As an artist, I am interested in writing about everyday life, everyday heroes, and the people and experiences that shape us. We all understand the word hero: it describes a person, not a gender, who meets challenges or obstacles with courage. The idea is often associated with famous, remarkable or mythical people. In my view, … Continue reading Everyday heroes, art and migration.