Women and Covid-19 in the Middle East: a year onward
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Evidence shows that the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the women of the Middle East has been disastrous, as lost employment, disproportionate health and well-being, and the burden of care work have set women back in terms of political and economic gains. Where have the biggest losses been sustained, and how are activists and policymakers across the region seeking to address them? Sahar Khamis and Negar Mortazavi join guest host Eliza Campbell to discuss.
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