Addressing barriers to women's re-entry into the labour force, particularly after childbearing

“The high levels of women’s underemployment indicate that when women leave the labour force, it is often difficult for them to re-enter. There is thus an urgent need to address the barriers to women’s re-entry into the labour force, particularly if they left work because of childbearing responsibilities”

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For some additional reading, check out research done by our very own Zuziwe Khuzwayo!

Khuzwayo, Zuziwe (2016). Separate Space: An Approach to Addressing Gender Inequality in the Workplace. Journal of International
Women's Studies, 17(4), 91-101.
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