Posts tagged as: Schools

  • Blog post

    Torn safety nets: How COVID-19 has exposed huge inequalities in global education

    In 2018, 258 million children of primary and secondary school age were out of school. Now, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, 1.2 billion children find themselves out of school, at least physically. In both the developed and developing worlds, schools have been more than just places of learning; policy designs have moulded them into safety nets for children....

    9 Jun 2020 | Nikita Sharma

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    COVID-19 and the impact on women

    Preliminary figures show that women and men are being infected by COVID-19 in roughly equal numbers, but the mortality rate is higher for men. This is potentially due to sex-based immunological or gendered differences, such as the prevalence of smoking. However, the scarcity of gender disaggregated data makes any effective comparison difficult. Moreover, research on...

    28 Apr 2020 | Laura Sili