Beyond the Tyranny of the Urgent: Long-term Systemic and Intersectoral Reforms on Gender-related Health Barriers in COVID-19 Recovery

Lopes, Claudia A, Allotey, Pascale, Remme, Michelle, Solomon, Alexandra, Vijayasingham, Lavanya, Chitiga, Margaret, Escalante, Luis E., Henseler, Martin, Mabugu, Ramos E. and Maisonnave, Helene (2021). Beyond the Tyranny of the Urgent: Long-term Systemic and Intersectoral Reforms on Gender-related Health Barriers in COVID-19 Recovery. TF1 – Global Health and Covid-19. Think20 Italy2021.

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  • Author Lopes, Claudia A
    Allotey, Pascale
    Remme, Michelle
    Solomon, Alexandra
    Vijayasingham, Lavanya
    Chitiga, Margaret
    Escalante, Luis E.
    Henseler, Martin
    Mabugu, Ramos E.
    Maisonnave, Helene
    Title Beyond the Tyranny of the Urgent: Long-term Systemic and Intersectoral Reforms on Gender-related Health Barriers in COVID-19 Recovery
    Series Title TF1 – Global Health and Covid-19
    Publication Date 2021-09
    Place of Publication Italy
    Publisher Think20 Italy2021
    Pages 18
    Language eng
    Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated gender-related structural inequalities and barriers in women’s healthcare access – a phenomenon similarly observed in past economic and health crises. Yet long-term, intersectoral and structural reforms are given low priority. G20 leaders have an opportunity to use COVID-19 recovery initiatives to build more gender-equitable health and non-health systems through collaboration between states, experts, social movements and markets. We propose cohesive actions that counter sources of gender inequalities in health and non-health policies, including health financing and delivery arrangements, the valuation of all forms of care work and data systems that support the visibility of gendered health experience and inform policy reforms.
    UNBIS Thesaurus GENDER
    HEALTH
    WOMEN
    ECONOMIC CRISIS
    FINANCING
    Keyword Reforms
    Barriers
    COVID-19
    recovery
    Copyright Holder Think20 Italy2021
    Copyright Year 2021
    Copyright type Creative commons
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    Created: Thu, 30 Sep 2021, 16:45:07 JST by Radhika Das on behalf of UNU IIGH