Magalí Brosio is a Ph.D. in Law student at the University of Birmingham. Previously, she worked as Sr Program Coordinator, Economic Policy at the Center for Women’s Global Leadership (CWGL). Magalí holds a Master's degree in Applied Labour Economics for Development from Università degli Studi di Torino and the Sciences Po, as well as a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Universidad de Buenos Aires.
Published in: ourEconomyPrecarious work makes women more vulnerable to gender-based violence
That’s why the recent ILO convention on violence and harassment at work is so important. Governments need to take it further.