Women and the Future of Work - Call for papers

ILO issues a call for research on Women and the Future of Work in Asia and the Pacific

The ILO, sponsored by the Australian Government’s Department of Employment, has launched a call for research papers to examine the opportunities and challenges of the future at work for women (Deadline: 15 September 2017; Due date extended to Monday, 18 September 2017).

News | 14 September 2017
Call for Papers, deadline 15 September 2017 (Due date extended to Monday, 18 September 2017)

BANGKOK (ILO News) - The selected research papers submitted as a result of this Call, will serve as the basis for discussion at a regional ‘Women and the Future of Work in the Asia-Pacific’ Conference to be held in Bangkok, Thailand in early 2018. The resulting evidence and discussion on where best to invest efforts and resources to promote women’s full participation in the future of work will be summarized in a Conference report, which will be submitted to the global ‘Women at Work’ and the ‘Future of Work’ ILO Centenary Initiatives that will culminate in the 2019 International Labour Conference.

Themes

  • Enabling an environment for better quality jobs and gender equality in the changing world of work
  • Strengthening women’s visibility, voice and representation for the future of work
  • Accelerating women in business management and entrepreneurship through supply chains

Timeline

Please submit a maximum 2 page proposal by 15 September 2017 (Due date extended to Monday, 18 September 2017) at BANGKOK@ilo.org

Submission deadline (proposals): 15 September 2017 (Due date extended to Monday, 18 September 2017)
Notification of acceptance: 8 October 2017
Submission deadline (full paper): 22 December 2017

The drafts will be peer reviewed and should be further adapted in advance of the Conference.
 
Conference dates: TBC. Two day conference in Bangkok in early 2018.