The Impact Of The Crisis On Women: Main Trends Across Regions
We are pleased to announce the launch of Brief 11: The Impact of the Crisis on Women: Main trends across regions, from our series:The Crisis’ Impact on Women!
The Crisis’ Impact on Women is a series presenting different perspectives on the impact of the crisis on women and women’s rights. The first 10 Briefs were commissioned by the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID), presenting sub-regional analyses from women’s rights experts, activists and gender advocates.
The latest instalment to our series presents an analysis of the impact of the crisis on women’s rights from of the main trends emerging from across the regions. Both commonalities and nuances are depicted as the Brief analyses how decent work, the care economy, trade, rural development, migration, remittances and, violence, change in time of crisis.
Stay tuned for updated Briefs from the authors of the original 10 briefs in this series. The authors have been asked to assess further impacts and new data available 2 years after the start of the crisis. Upcoming Briefs also in the series will examine the intersection of women’s rights, development, global governance and the current multi-dimensional crisis.