Inclusive Economies, Enduring Peace in Myanmar and Sri Lanka: Field Report
The project, Inclusive Economies, Enduring Peace: The Transformative Role of Social Reproduction, has researched how women’s unpaid and paid labour is affected by conflict. This report outlines the findings from a comparative qualitative research study as part of that project, carried out in two case studies in Sri Lanka and Myanmar across six sites (two each of conflict-affected, proximate to conflict and relatively stable) using the Feminist Everyday Observatory Tool (FEOT) (Rai and True, 2020). FEOT is a three-stage method consisting of a pre-observation questionnaire, observation and post observation interview. The data analysed in this report is based on intensive research undertaken with nineteen adult women in nineteen households following this method.