Via its digital platform, the FFP will showcase ideas from both new and established feminist voices. With detailed critical attention to the meaning of work, and to the gender politics surrounding what counts as work in the first place, it will regularly publish accessible, engaging, and intellectually rigorous research on a variety of relevant topics.
The programme will act to bring together researchers from different disciplines and traditions in order to address issues relating to gender and the future of work.
The FFP will offer training materials, media tool kits, and participatory gender audits for groups and organisations who are looking to critically assess and transform their institutional cultures in the name of more equitable working environments. Furthermore, the creation and publication of original research on the topic of gender and work will be crucial to the development of the programme. This will take the form of reports, position pieces, long-read articles, literature reviews, rapid evidence assessments, blog posts, interviews with external experts, and more.