The employment of women in Morocco, Tunisia and Turkey is not necessarily equated with financial, social and/or political empowerment. Though the three countries share striking similarities as regards the unfavourable professional situation of women within them, significant regional differences exist. Backing the efforts towards women’s empowerment requires analysis of the individual contexts and their related social conditions, in addition to reflection on the commoditization of work and women’s access to quality employment.
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