Girls' Burden of Unpaid Care
This year, our Real Choices, Real Lives longitudinal research study has focused on the impact of unpaid domestic care on our girls’ lives. We have seen first-hand how gender roles and socio-economic status have reinforced a cycle of girls bearing the burden of unpaid care. Amongst our girls, education is suffering, gender-based violence is more prevalent, and self-worth and ambitions are waning as a result of the weight of their duty to be ‘good girls’ and support their families’ domestic responsibilities.
In this executive summary we take an in depth look at the impact of unpaid domestic care of girls' lives
This year our longitudinal research study has focused on the impact of unpaid domestic care on our girls’ lives.
The Executive Summary of the Real Choices, Real Lives: Violence in Girls' Daily Lives report.
This report looks at experiences of violence among girls and their families in the Real Choices, Real Lives study.
Our 2016 report reflects on findings from the past ten years of the girls’ lives.
Our 2015 report further explores middle childhood and how gendered social norms affect girls at this critical stage.