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What does an economically empowered Pacific woman look like?

July 16, 2020
What does an economically empowered Pacific woman look like

by Louisa Gibbs and Sian Rolls, Pacific Women

‘Economics assumes women and men make decisions in the same way and that they react to economic stimuli in the same way, but they don’t.

‘We need to include women’s experiences in developing policies and creating laws,’ Dr Nagarajan, Professor of Law at Macquarie University said, setting the scene on the first day of the Pacific Women Regional Learning Forum on Women’s Economic Empowerment.

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