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Very interesting! And troubling for the women of Indonesia. We tend to think of ‘unpaid work’ as the care work that goes on in families (and you mention this towards the end) so it was really intriguing to hear you use the phrase to describe what is typically paid work (whereas when the term is used to refer to care work it’s use to problematise the fact care work is done for free). I wonder what can be done to ensure women have a better ‘menu’ of life and work choices in a context where businesses would collapse without their free labour? It sounds like it’s a problem inherent in the labour laws and structures rather than a cultural problem…?
Hello Shaianne, thank you for your presentation. Could you let me know cultural factors impact the situation and how to approach them please?