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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Other Groups ; Street Vendors
Charmes, Jacques. .  African Women in Food Processing: A Major, But Still Underestimated Sector of Their Contribution to the National Economy.  IDRC.
Chen, Martha. .  Self Employed Women : A Profile of SEWA's Membership.  Self-Employed Women's Association.
Crush, Jonathan, ed, Abel Chikanda, ed and Caroline Skinner, ed. .  Mean Streets: Migration, Xenophobia and Informality in South Africa.  South Africa:  Southern African Migration Programme, African Centre for Cities & International Development Research Centre.
Datey, Abhijit, Vishal Darji, Tejas Patel and Darshini Mahadevia. .  Walking and Cycling in Indian Cities: A Struggle for Reclaiming Road Edges.  CEPT University.
Minoia, GIulia, Wamiqullah Mumtaz and Adam Pain. .  "Peeling the Onion: Social Regulation of the Onion Market, Nangarhar, Afghanistan."  Economic and Political Weekly,  Vol. 50,  Issue No. 9.
Osei-Boateng, Clara. .  The Informal Sector in Ghana.  Labour Research and Policy Institute.
Shah, Mittal. .  The Role of CBO in Social Protection – some experiences of the Self-Employed Women’s Association (SEWA), India.
Webster, Edward. .  Work and Economic Security in the 21st Century: What Can We Learn From Ela Bhatt?.
Worm-Petersen, Kasper. .  "We Need to Start Respecting Informal Workers."  GRASP Magazine,
Xheneti, Mirela and Shova Thapa Karki. .  Transitioning into the Formal – Women Entrepreneurs in the Informal Economy of Nepal.  Private Enterprise Development in Law Income Countries.