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Ipsos survey confirms that COVID-19 is intensifying women’s workload at home
Research highlight|Gender and COVID-19
Ipsos survey confirms that COVID-19 is intensifying women’s workload at home
Counted and Visible Insights
Counted and Visible: Insights|Gender and COVID-19
Understanding gender and information inequalities through five women impacted by COVID-19
Rohingya women volunteers are oriented on COVID-19 related precautions and consulted on what they think are the key concerns and needs for women in their community. Photo: Marie Sophie Pettersson / UN Women
Devex partnership|Gender and COVID-19
Q&A: What early data says about gendered impacts of COVID-19
Jonathan Torgovnik/Getty Images Reportage
Gender data story|Gender and COVID-19
Three ways to contain COVID-19’s impact on informal women workers
Unpaid care calculator
Data Bite|Economic empowerment
Unpaid care and domestic work: we’re not all in the same boat
People are crowding into cities at record rates; many end up in poorer neighbourhoods with limited services and infrastructure. Electricity may be sporadic and water quality poor. Easing disparities requires specific actions to reach women, including investment in the public transport systems that many depend on. In this neighbourhood in Medellín, Colombia, most residents come from the countryside, having been displaced by conflict. Some services, like a cable car, have
Research highlight|Gender and COVID-19
COVID-19 exposes the harsh realities of gender inequality in slums
Photo: Nishan/UNFPA Maldives
Research highlight|Gender and COVID-19
COVID-19 may be prompting men to help out at home, evidence from the Maldives suggests
Photo: UN Women/Pathumporn Thongking
Guest contributor|Economic empowerment
Gendered social norms continue to shape labour force participation, new data show
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