During the last Jobless Society Forum (June 13th), the Foundation Feltrinelli has interviewed me on the topic of Women and Work. During the video, I briefly explain the results of the discussion organised during the Third Edition of the Jobless Society in which we focus on the ambivalences of part-time employment and the quality of the work that women can access.
The third edition of the Jobless Society Forum will take place at Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli in Milano, Wednesday June 13th. I am very honoured to take place as coordinator of the workshop “Women’s Work”, which is going to discuss the role of women in labour markets and the evolution of women’s work in Italy during the last years of crisis. Scope of the workshop will be the identification of the key questions that represents the current shortcoming of women’s integration in labour markets, but also identifying key policies and actions that might allow to cope with increasing destandardization and precarisation of women’s jobs. You can access the recommendation of the table here (available in Italian).
You can now read “A Job of One’s Own. Does Women’s Labor Market Participation Influence the Economic Insecurity of Households?”. The first paper from my MSCA project VINE has been published by Societies, an open access journal in the special issue “Towards a Sustainable Community, Work and Family Interface” guest edited by Egidio Riva and Rosangela Lodigiani (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore). This special issue collects paper presented at 7^ Community Work and Family Conference “A Time for Renewal: Developing a sustainable community, work and family interface” held at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano, May 25-27th 2017. (more…)
Following my interview with eldiario.es, the Foundation Giangiacomo Feltrinelli has asked me to comment the data published by Eurostat and INES about gender, work and children. The article is entitled “Stiamo ancora parlando di donne e lavoro” and it has been published in the online journal La nostra città futura. (more…)