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Dignity and recognition for all work will be the basis of a fair and sustainable economy

*This post was was orginally published on the CLASS blog*

By Angela O'Hagan

As Frances O’Grady argues in the foreword to the CLASS publication “Election 2015: What’s at stake for work, pay and unions?” the forthcoming election is “a chance to reject a broken economic system”. That encapsulates the arguments from a feminist economics and feminist political analysis of the current economic system and the policy responses of the UK government that are increasingly harmful to women’s wellbeing and their economic and social autonomy.

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