A Rising Tide Does Not Lift All Boats: Intersectional Analysis Reveals Inequitable Impacts of the Seafood Trade in Fishing Communities
- Frontiers in Marine Science
Seafood is the world’s most traded food commodity, and the international trade in seafood is promoted as a development strategy in low-income coastal communities across the globe. However, the…
COVID-19 and gender-based violence: reflections from a “data for development” project on the Colombia–Venezuela border
Cosas de Mujeres is a WhatsAppbased digital platform that addresses GBV in the context of the Venezuelan mass migration to and through Colombia, and has two functions: to provide women with information about where they can access services that prevent and respond to GBV, and to generate data that can be used to inform more effective and gender-responsive programming and service delivery at the “humanitarian–development nexus”.
Vulnerability Created by Legal Capacity Denials
Women’s abuse experiences in Jordan: A comparative study using rural and urban classifications
- PsychologyHumanities and Social Sciences Communications
This study explored the patterns of economic abuse among working married women from rural and urban areas in Jordan, and identified their experiences with other abuses interconnected with economic…
Workplace gender equality in the post-pandemic era: Where to next?
- MedicineJournal of Industrial Relations
Five key areas where action is urgently required to create a more equitable post-pandemic recovery are identified: addressing gender-based labour market segregations and discrimination; building access to mutually beneficial flexibility; ensuring a more gender-equitable distribution of unpaid care; confrontingGender-based violence at work and beyond; and mobilising union action through gender equality bargaining.
Intimate Partner Violence Transcending Socioeconomic Class
Gendered denials: Vulnerability created by barriers to legal capacity for women and disabled women.
- Medicine, SociologyInternational journal of law and psychiatry
This article explores the vulnerability that is created when legal capacity is denied to women and disabled women. It argues that vulnerability is largely contingent on social constructs - as opposed…
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Random samples of Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) recipients eligible for welfare-to-work activities were surveyed in two California counties for 3 consecutive years, starting in 1999, and estimated need for services was associated with working fewer weeks in a year, having a lower wage income, and losing jobs during the year.
Why Are Victims of Domestic Violence Still Dying at the Hands of Their Abusers? Filling the Gap in State Domestic Violence Gun Laws
- Political Science
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