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Context: Recently, International Labour Organization (ILO) has published a report titled ‘Care at work: Investing in care leave and services for a more gender-equal world of work’.
According to the report, employment rates of women will rise by 10 percentage points overall, ranging from nine percentage points in Europe and lower-middle and low-income countries in Asia to 12 percentage points in the Arab states, far more than for men.
Persistent and significant gaps in care services and policies have left hundreds of millions of workers with family responsibilities without adequate protection and support.
Globally, only 89 out of 179 countries have a statutory provision of public long-term care services for older persons.
It called for action to invest in a transformative package of care policies including:
Closing these large policy gaps would require a annual investment of US$4.4 trillion.
International Labour Organization (ILO)
India has not ratified convention no. 87 and 98 i.e.
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