Nanthini, S., Nair, T.
Article on the eradication of gender inequality even in the midst of COVID-19. Undoubtedly, COVID-19 has a disproportionate impact on people, especially as a result of their genders, disabilities, ethnicities, socio-economic class, race and even age. In addition, how these disadvantages play out in complex emergencies, pandemic-conflict or pandemic-natural hazards dynamics for instance, should also be of great concern to leaders. When it comes to differentiated impacts, women bear a disproportionate load of the adverse impacts of the pandemic. Our commitments to gender equality and women’s rights should be upheld, more than ever, during this global pandemic.
- COVID-19 Pandemic
- Gender and/or Agency
- Social Support and Protection
- Women and/or Girls
- Southeast Asia
- High-Income Countries (HICs)
- Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs)
- Women (adults and/or adolescents)
- Journal article