A Feminist Development Policy: Intersectionality, gender & the economy (3/5)

Our Voices, Our Choices

29-11-2022 • 41 mins

A Pathway Towards Feminist Global Collaboration In the third instalment of our five-episode series on feminist development policy we discuss how the tool of intersectionality can help us illuminate some of the root causes of inequality, which often go unquestioned. We discuss how the current and dominant economic system perpetuates gender, racial and many more injustices, while exploring alternatives that center human rights, gender justice and care. Join us as we hear what feminist development policy must keep in mind to ensure intersectionality is not just another buzzword applied loosely throughout the sector. A podcast with: • Veena Singh, Feminist Development Practitioner and Consultant • Sanyu Awori, Building Feminist Economies Manager at AWID • Natalia Carrau, Environmental justice and labour rights advocate • Samie Blasingame, Host and environmental justice activist, researcher and facilitator This series was initiated by an emerging network of practitioners aiming to re-think development policy from a feminist perspective; FAIR SHARE of Women Leaders, a feminist non-profit initiative to advance gender equity in the in civil society sector; and the Heinrich Böll Foundation. Audio production by Grettch. Download the transcript here. Shownotes: 1. Amaia Pérez Orozco, Care? A Word Under Political Dispute:https://capiremov.org/en/analysis/care-a-word-under-political-dispute/ 2. AWID, Building Feminist Economies:https://www.awid.org/priority-areas/building-feminist-economies 3. Bhumika Muchhala, For the South, all Roads in Global Economic Governance Lead to Inequality & Vulnerability:https://www.ipsnews.net/2021/10/south-roads-global-economic-governance-lead-inequality-vulnerability/ 4. Capire.org hosts several articles on various topics around feminist economies 5. Christian Dorninger et al., Imperialist appropriation in the world economy: Drain from the global South through unequal exchange, 1990–2015:https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S095937802200005X?ref=cra_js_challenge&fr=RR-1 6. Gender Development Network, Making trade work for gender equality:https://static1.squarespace.com/static/536c4ee8e4b0b60bc6ca7c74/t/595bc0383e00be98e37ea3dd/1499185211883/GADN+Making+trade+work+for+gender+equality+July+2017.pdf 7. Jayati Ghosh, Feminist Economies Series, Institute for New Economic Thinking:https://www.ineteconomics.org/research/experts/JayatiGhosh 8. Jason Hickel, Less is more, How Degrowth will save the World. 9. Johann Redl, Are the SDGs intersectional? ETH Zürich:https://wp-prd.let.ethz.ch/WP0-CIPRF91243/chapter/are-the-sdgs-intersectional/ 10. Nim Raph, Why Trans Liberation is a class issue:https://neweconomics.org/2021/08/why-trans-liberation-is-a-class-issue 11. Vandana Shiva, How economic growth has become anti-life:https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/nov/01/how-economic-growth-has-become-anti-life 12. Neha Kagal et al., Towards an intersectional praxis in international development: what can the sector learn from Black feminists located in the global North? https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13552074.2020.1717179?journalCode=cgde20

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