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Overview

This guide aims to capture valuable experiences and learning on influencing activities on unpaid care and domestic work from across the WE-Care programme and several other relevant Oxfam country experiences, and to communicate it in an accessible, practical format that maximizes use for internal and external audiences. The guidelines provide new and useful guidance to a range of stakeholders working in the field of unpaid care and domestic work, including Oxfam staff, partners, women’s rights organizations and sector peers. It complements existing materials produced by WE-Care on unpaid care, domestic work and influencing, and communicates Oxfam’s emerging experience and strengths on this theme for learning and improvements on implementation.

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10.21201/2017.2180

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978-1-78748-218-0

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