> Trade liberalisation and women’s livelihood: Interview with Ranja Sengupta

Trade liberalisation and women’s livelihood: Interview with Ranja Sengupta

In our first episode of APWLD’s podcast, we talk to Ranja Sengupta from the Third World Network. She speaks about the impact of trade liberalization and Free Trade Agreements on women’s livelihood and why it matters. She argues that trade liberalization which affects the agricultural sector, intellectual properties, and public services, among others, would worsen women’s existing inequality. Especially impacted is women’s access to education, public health, and food. Lastly, she provides some insights on how grassroots women organizations can intervene to make changes.

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2018-11-14T18:30:15+00:00September 21st, 2016|Podcasts, Women Interrogating Trade and Corporate Hegemony|