Women’s Unequal Pay and Poverty

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by Ms. Miriam Kennet (Author, Illustrator),‎ Judith Felton (Author, Illustrator),‎ Michele Gale D’Oliveira ( USA and Brazil) (Author),‎ Amana Winchester (Editor),‎ Mahelet Mekonen (Ethiopia) (Editor),‎ Susan M. Canney (Illustrator)

  • Paperback: 357 pages
  • Publisher: The Green Economics Institute (10 Feb. 2012)
  • ISBN-10: 1907543082
  • ISBN-13: 978-1907543081
  • Package Dimensions: 21.4 x 14.9 x 1.9 cm
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womenbookVH300912

Green Economics:Women’s Unequal Pay and Poverty: Towards a Gendered, Green Economy (Green Economics Institute Handbook) Paperback – 10 Feb 2012

This amazing book has been used by governments around the world to make change and to empower women. The United Nations has used it on its own website too. It has inspiring things for the reader to do to make change and to offer a completely new perspective on the things we are all socialised to do which help reinforce a status quo which is long out of date. In this year of 100 years of women’s vote, never has this book been so useful and so able to make change happen. Use its suggestions as a handbook and see the world through different eyes! The book has also been used in the UK Parliament by MPs to inform them about how to make change and which ones to make.  We also won an award for this work too.

Women form half the world’s population, but are enormously under represented politically, almost everywhere, and this is one key factor, along with women’s education, that needs to change urgently to rectify these huge imbalances. The book is designed to introduce the reader to the green ideas for change and diversity and inclusion that are sweeping round the world as green economics which has gender inclusion and equality at its core.

The book explores themes of the costs of women’s inequality, unequal pay, education and democracy deficits and also the important movements for change such as the protests and the arab spring – as well as the issues of the changing status quo such as the increasing importance of sovereign wealth funds and power and state capitalism as well as sovereigh debt of devastating levels.

A unique geography of gender issues is provided with voices from all around the globe from China to Africa to India and South America giving a truly inclusive perspective from those most affected. The final section deals with implementation of inclusive policies and diversity and the practicalities of this process.

This book is designed to help ease this process and ensure that women in the 21st century, throughout the world, can achieve their full potential. It is also designed to inspire the reader to get involved in this process and help to create a viable, vibrant and equitable society, for a secure future, for all of humanity in the 21st century. Women’s economic power is, however, gradually increasing and there is now, for the first time, a woman at the head of the International Monetary Fund and the first woman ever won the Nobel Prize for Economics.

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Weight .07 kg