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This policy brief confirms that women’s employment has been negatively impacted in terms of both quantity and quality, although with substantial regional variations.

It provides a snapshot of new and continuing measures that governments have adopted to mitigate the employment and income effects of the pandemic, while warning that they are already leaving women behind.

Finally, it calls for gender-responsive policies, in order to make women’s right to work and their labour rights a central feature of the COVID-19 recovery.

Source of original article: International Labour Organization (
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