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  • Writer's pictureMuhammad Zain Rasheed

Feminism and the Economy: The Fight for Women's Economic Empowerment

Feminism and the economy are closely linked, as the fight for women's economic empowerment is a key aspect of the feminist movement. Economic empowerment for women can take many forms, including equal pay for equal work, access to education and job training, affordable child care, and policies that promote work-life balance. In addition, feminists argue that the economy should be restructured to prioritize care work and other traditionally female-dominated industries, as well as to address the ways in which the current economic system perpetuates gender inequality. This may include policies such as a universal basic income, paid family leave, and affordable housing, as well as efforts to increase the representation of women in leadership positions. Overall, the goal of feminist economic policies is to create a more equal and just society for all women.

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