WR2021 - Women's Report
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Message from the editor
The 2021 Women’s Report articles make valuable suggestions as to how women’s economic empowerment can be facilitated

Prof. Anita Bosch

Paper One
Covid-19 and women’s care responsibilities: opportunities for transforming gender relations

by Ms Jennifer Smout

Paper Two
Are South Africa’s childcare policies serving women’s economic participation?

by Prof. Zitha Mokomane

Paper Three
Early childhood care and education can boost women’s employment in South Africa

by Laura Brooks

Paper Four
On being a stay-at-home dad – a glimpse from the other side

by Mark Smith

Paper Five
Managers’ perceptions when hiring stay-at-home mothers

by Lunga Tukani and Anita Bosch

The Annual Women’s Report e-publication is proudly sponsored by the University of Stellenbosch Business School and is distributed in association with the South African Board for People Practices (SABPP).

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