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COVID-19 Makes Women More Vulnerable to Corruption

Illustration by Sheyda Sabetian

21 September 2020 - COVID-19 is changing women’s lives in ways that are likely to outlive the pandemic. It is taking a heavy toll on their health, social and economic well-being worldwide.

At the same time, women are at the forefront of the response to the pandemic, making up almost 70 per cent of the health care workforce and accounting for the majority of essential low-skilled, low-paid workers who keep communities running during the health crisis.

Yet, women are remarkably absent from the leadership and expert groups managing COVID-19 and have limited opportunities to voice their concerns and inform the policy response to the pandemic.


Defining the Practices that Harm Women & Girls & Undermine Equality - State of the World's Population 2020

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Human Rights & Gender Equality during Public Emergencies as the COVID-19 Pandemic

When emergency measures and #humanrights restrictions are gender-blind, women end up being harmed the most. ODIHR's new guide helps fill these gaps and prevent further discrimination.

In crisis situations, pre-existing patterns of discrimination, marginalization and vulnerability are exacerbated. Women and men, girls and boys experience the effects of the crisis itself, and of the extraordinary measures taken to counter it, in very different ways. Natural disasters, such as the devastating tsunamis, hurricanes and earthquakes of the past decade, have shown that women are at much higher risk of death from the immediate event, and also that their economic vulnerability increases in the aftermath.2 Distribution of relief aid often fails to consider gender differences, denying women access to key resources.



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