COVID-19 Is No Excuse to Regress on Gender Equality
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the vulnerabilities of women’s pre-crisis social, economic, and political situations. This brief gives an overview of how COVID-19 affects women’s jobs and incomes, education, health and nutrition, and unpaid care work and suggests how policy makers can respond.
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