BUILDING BRIDGES: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF WOMEN WORKING IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IN INDIA AND THE US
In January 2017, a delegation of women construction workers and advocates from the United States will visit India to meet with labour and civic leaders and share stories and experiences with women working in India’s construction industry. The goal of the delegation is to lay a foundation for an international network by and for women construction workers. This article describes the history and background of the delegation and its purpose.
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Moir, S., (2016). Building Bridges: A Comparative Study of Women Working in the Construction Industry in India and the US. Labour & Development, 22(2), 1-17.
VV GIRI Labour Institute, Noida, India
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