Title

The other side of formal employment: Working women who have returned to their communities and villages in Sri-Lanka: Final research report

Document Type

Report

Publisher

Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

School

School of Arts and Humanities

RAS ID

22634

Funders

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Comments

Originally published as: Hancock, P., Adusei-Asante, K., & Georgiou, J. (2017). The other side of formal employment: Working women who have returned to their communities and villages in Sri Lanka. Original publication available here

Abstract

The Other Side of Formal Employment: Working Women How have Returned to their Communities and Villages in Sri-Lanka is an Australian Development Research Awards Scheme (ADRAS) research project which was awarded in the last ADRAS round in 2012. The research was carried out by Edith Cowan University from April 2013 – November 2016. The objective of the project was to explore to what extent women have been able to sustain their economic and social empowerment after leaving their formal employment in Sri Lanka’s manufacturing industry and returning to their communities...

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