Gender, Migration, & The Work of Care


Gender Migration and the Work of Care Media Reports

A listing of various media stories from the Gender, Migration and the Work of Care research project

June 7, 2016: “Japan and its immigration policies are growing old,” Professor Ito Peng in the East Asia Forum.

November 18, 2015: “Who Took Care of Rosie the Riveter’s Kids?,” Professor Sonya Michel cited by The Atlantic.

October 29, 2015: “Empowering the elderly in Japan: lessons for home care in Canada,” Professor Ito Peng interviewed by Healthy Debate.

August 3, 2015: “Tony Abbott’s childcare changes will ‘reduce access and add complexity,” Professor Deb Brennan and Dr. Elizabeth Adamson interviewed by The Sydney Morning Herald.

November 17, 2014: “Low Income Families Excluded from Early Childhood Services,” Professor Deb Brennan cited by UNSW Newsroom.

October 15, 2014: “Nannies, au pairs and in-home child care: learning from international experience,” Dr. Elizabeth Adamsoninterviewed by Australian Policy Online.

April 2014: “The global migration of care workers,” Professor Ito Peng interviewed by Asia Research News, page 23.

April 15, 2014: “Prentice Institute celebrating five years,” Professor Susan McDaniel interviewed by Lethbridge Herald.

April 9, 2014, “Labour shortage? More a labour mismatch, claims researcher,” Professor Susan McDaniel interviewed byTumbler Ridge News.

March 31, 2014, “Call for a one-size-fits-all childcare subsidy,” Professor Deborah Brennan and Elizabeth Adamson‘s study cited in The Sydney Morning Herald National.

March 2014, University of Toronto, Department of Sociology Newsletter: Centre for Global Social Policy.

February 2, 2014, “Childcare benefit and rebate should be replaced by single payment: report,” Professor Deb Brennan interviewed by ABC News Australia.

December 2013, “McDaniel Study seeks to understand supply and demand of migrant care workers,” Professor Susan McDaniel interviewed by U of Lethbridge News.

September 2013, “The curse of small families” Professor Ito Peng interviewed by Maclean’s magazine.

June 2013, “Partnership-based research wins $6.4 million to tackle social, educational challenges,” Professor Ito Peng interviewed by U of T News.

January 30, 2013. “Age Policy and the Politics of Age,” Professor Ito Peng interviewed by Beyond Headline, CIUT radio program, on childcare and childcare policies in Asia and other OECD countries. 20 minute interview.

August 2011, “Caring for the Elderly,” Professor Ito Peng interviewed by UofT Magazine.