The Network Care Revolution consists of more than 80 groups and individuals in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The groups are active in various fields of social reproduction, i.e. domestic work, health, personal assistance, child and elder care, education, housing and sex work. We’re joint in the struggle against supply gaps in public services that lead to exhaustion and time pressure.
Prospectively, we strive towards new models of care-relations. Our aim is a care economy where instead of maximizing profit, human needs are the priority, and where care resources are not allocated through racialized, gendered or class-based structures.
For further information, please take a look at these interview and article from members of the network:
Interview with Gabriele Winker: Winker, Gabriele: Care Revolution, interviewed by Brigitte Aulenbacher and Birgit Riegraf. In: Equalitiy, Diversity and Inclusion, Vol. 37, No 4, 2018, 420-428
Article by Gabriele Winker and Matthias Neumann: Fighting for Care Work Resources (PDF)
Gabriele Winker et Matthias Neumann: Care Revolution, décroissance et société solidaire (PDF)
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