Essays on unpaid work
We have commissioned series of essays, an unpaid work literature review 2019, and a literature scan from a Pacific perspective, looking at differing aspects of unpaid work from a variety of cultural perspectives and work-related settings. These essays reflect the authors' perspectives and are not Ministry policy documents.
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- Dr Jess Berentson-Shaw - Unpaid caring work: telling the story of the glue that holds our communities together
- Dr Miriama Postlethwaite - Awhi mai Awhi atu
- Helga Wientjes - Measuring the value of unpaid work
- Karen Vercoe - Unpaid work - the ultimate form of love and servant leadership - a Māori women's perspective
- Kerri Anne Hancock - For the Kaupapa!
- Rob Campbell - The present and future of unpaid work
- Dame Marilyn Waring - Unpaid contributions are excluded from the primary data used to make public policy
- Dr Ganesh Nana - The value of unpaid labour
- Dr Seini Taufa - Re-defining unpaid work through the eyes of a taahine Tonga
- Dr Gill Greer - Women as caregivers for those with rare disorders
- Lucia Davis - The value of amazing things: Ethnic mothers’ work of care, regeneration, and reproduction
- Jean Mitaera - The value of unpaid work – a Cook Islands view
- Norah Barlow - Unpaid work and older care