A diverse panel explore and question the economic paradigms which have historically reinforced the notion that certain kinds of work are women’s work and other kinds are out of bounds for women; in addition, a large portion of women’s work – in the household, as carers – are not considered as having value economically or otherwise. Within our own conversations, how much do we consider the vast range of women’s work as valuable and as work? Women’s labour, outside and inside the home, contribute in numerous visible and hidden ways. Moderated by Dr Harini Amarasuriya.
Language: Sinhala & Tamil
Age suitability: All ages