From Local to Global and Informal to Formal: Entering Mainstream Markets
This is a brief sketch of the Self Employed Womenâ€™s Associationâ€™s (SEWA) three- decade-long journey from the local to global and informal to formal sector in search of finding work and income for now 720,000 women workers. Though SEWA remains a local and an informal economy workersâ€™ organization, its aim has always been to mainstream its issues, hopes, and achievements. [Discussion Paper No. 2005/02]
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