Empowerment

Empowerment


SEWA Bharat’s Land Rights vertical collects evidence on the intersectionality between housing, work and gender in the informal economy, with a focus on studying the link between access to land rights and women’s economic empowerment.

Last Mile Model

SEWA's community leaders on service and care

Author: Paromita Sen, Karina Atkins

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Nurturing finance

Finance and it's meaning for women and development

Author: Paromita Sen

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Critique of labour laws

Impact on Women in the informal economy

Author: Riya Kothari, Paromita Sen

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Migration Report

Research as a tool to support migrational challenges

Author: Karina Atkins

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Domestic Workers Report: Deep dive

Report on SEWA Union Domestic Workers

Author: Aiman Haque, Saba Ahmed, Vaishakhi Shah

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Digital Gender Gap Report


Bridging the Digital Divide for Women in the Informal Economy: The SEWA perspective

Author: Chitranka Banerjee

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Valuing informality

Implications for Policy and Research

Author: Max Gallien, Aiman Haque, Paromita Sen, Vanessa van de Boordegard

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Issue Brief: SEWA Samvaad

Bridging the gendered digital divide in the informal economy

Author: SEWA

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Issue Brief: SEWA Bharat x Niti Aayog


COVID-19’s Impact on Grassroots Women’s Social Enterprises

Author: Chitranka Banerjee

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