The session will be held on Thursday 17 December 10.00am-11.30am Kuala Lumpur time (Convert to your time zone here).
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Magdalena Sepúlveda Carmona (GI-ESCR)
Kate Donald (Centre for Economic and Social Rights)
Verónica Montúfar (Public Services International)
Anjela Taneja (OXFAM India)
A moderator will spark the debate between key speakers that will share their insights and experiences on the fields of care, education, and health. During the session, all participants will be encouraged to engage in the conversation making interventions, posing questions, and contributing to the analysis related to the following key questions:
How has the privatisation and commercialisation of public services impacted women’s rights?
Why and how do we need to re-organise, own, manage and fund public services to advance gender justice?
Which are the alternatives to privatisation and commercialisation proposed by feminist social movements, activists, and grassroots women’s rights organisations?