This is the last in a series of three videos based on footage from the UNRISD Seminar Series event. In the context of the global “multiple crises” of food, fuel, finance and jobs, the flaws in the current patterns of development are undeniable – especially for women. These crises have major economic and social implications, and the underlying, deep-seated problems of growing inequality are not being sufficiently addressed. Understanding and harvesting feminist knowledge, these speakers suggest, is increasingly critical to addressing these crises. This video features Devaki Jain (founder of the Institute of Social Studies, Delhi), Mariama Williams (South Center) and Naoko Otobe (Senior Employment Specialist and Gender and Employment Coordinator at the ILO).