Education, Skills and Learning

Why social support is a crucial strategy for empowering women

Women do not need only employment opportunities; they also need social support that accounts for the true extent of their responsibilities. Image: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

Phakama Ntshongwana

Director of the Missionvale Campus , Nelson Mandela University in South Africa.

Nicola Ansell

Professor of Human Geography , Brunel University London

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