A brief for the case of Nepal and Uganda Bonn/Geneva, 2022
A brief for the case of Nepal and Uganda / Zina Nimeh, Giulio Bordon, Mitja Del Bono, Guido Heins ; ; Issuing Department: Division for International Cooperation, Global and European Policy. - Bonn ; Geneva : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. ; FES Geneva, September 2022. - 7 Seiten = 260 KB, PDF-File. - (Perspective). - (Labour and social justice) Electronic ed.: Bonn/Geneva : FES, 2022 ISBN 978-3-98628-136-6
Impacts on and opportunities for women workers in times of digitalisation Kathmandu, 2022
Impacts on and opportunities for women workers in times of digitalisation / Rosalinda Ofreneo and Benjamin Velasco. - Kathmandu : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Nepal Office, Gender Justice Hub Asia, 2022. - 36 Seiten = 420 KB, PDF-File. - Electronic ed.: Kathmandu : FES, 2022
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