Oñati international series in law and society.
Volume originating from the workshop "Interpreting and Advancing Women's Rights to Social Security and Social Protection" held on June 6-7, 2013 in Onate, Spain.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction : Interpreting and advancing women's rights to social security and social protection / Beth Goldblatt and Lucie Lamarche Engendering social welfare rights / Sandra Fredman Participatory inclusion and women's rights to social security / Hester Lessard Unpacking the ILO's social protection floor recommendation from a women's rights perspective / Lucie Lamarche Social protection in China : is there a gender equity problem? / Mankui Li Evaluating reforms for Bolivian women's rights to social security and social protection / Lorena Ossio Bustillos Recent coverage developments in social security protection for Chilean women / Pablo Arellano Ortiz Rethinking social protection beyond waged work : a United States perspective / Lucy A Williams Human capital and the post-scripting of women's poverty / Janet E Mosher What would an engendered human rights approach to social security mean for sole parents in Australia? / Belinda Smith Gendering the right to social security in the era of crisis governance : the need for transformative strategies / Dianne Otto A gendered right to social security and decent work? : The debate in the context of Irish austerity / Mary P Murphy and Camille Loftus Testing women's right to social security in Australia : a poor score / Beth Goldblatt Mainstreaming gender in Spanish labour and pension reforms and in European social policies / Núria Pumar Beltrán.