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New report highlights issues surrounding the future of the care economy.

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A new report, Care Work in the Recovery Economy: Towards a Caring Economy, from the Institute for Gender and the Economy (GATE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management highlights key issues about a post-COVID-19 society where care is centered and provides considerations and research questions for care policies and care research. Credit: Institute for Gender and Economy As society continues to emerge from COVID-19 into a recovery economy, questions about the future of care also emerge. In Canada, the pandemic revealed existing problems with the care economy such as the poor conditions in long-term care homes and the dearth of affordable and high-quality early childhood education as well as the low pay and poor working care workers face on a daily basis.

A new report, Care Work in the Recovery Economy: Towards a Caring Economy , from the Institute for Gender and the Economy (GATE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management highlights key issues about a post-COVID-19 society where care is centered and provides considerations and research questions for care policies and care research. Earlier this year GATE convened a virtual research roundtable with support from Women and Gender Equality Canada and the Social […]

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