The Story of the Nurse: ‘Every day a Nurse says “this too shall pass” not because he or she is the bravest but it builds our courage and strengthens our bond.”
Sexual and Reproductive Rights: […] with the uncertainty of the restriction timelines, families need to spend more now to stockpile their essentials. Unemployment, dwindling finances, and uncertainty about the future, can literally create and harden the choice between cabbage vs. condoms.
My life matters: “Domestic violence is about power, access, and enablement – all of which men have disproportionately. Women are overwhelmingly the disempowered recipients of intimate partner violence. […]. Domestic violence is never okay, no matter the direction”
Anxiety: “For many, never before has work presented itself in this magnitude of both burden and luxury at the same time”
The Synchronized Double Burden: “[…] global lockdowns have undeniably tripled women’s workload in the household. However, novel COVID has not brought novel improvements in the division of labor, but is […] worsening gender inequality.”