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Girls, Homelessness, and COVID-19

The Urgent Need for Research and Action

Kaitlin Schwan, Erin Dej, and Alicia Versteegh

increase the social and economic exclusion of girls in Canada who are homeless or precariously housed: the feminization of poverty, the uneven burden of childcare, and gender-based violence. This literature review draws together available research and data

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The Lives of Girls and Young Women in the Time of COVID-19

Claudia Mitchell and Ann Smith

Canada and point out that the “socio-economic exclusion of girls who are homeless is likely to increase” in this country as a result of the pandemic. They discuss the effects of the feminization of poverty, the uneven burden of childcare, and gender

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The Ethics of Representing Girls in Digital Policy Spaces

Emily Anderson

. 2006 . “ Re-thinking the ‘Feminization of Poverty’ in Relation to Aggregate Gender Indices .” Journal of Human Development 7 , no. 2 : 202 – 220 . 10.1080/14649880600768538 Christmann , Gabriela B. 2008 . “ The Power of Photographs of Buildings

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Postsocialist Mediterranean

Scalar gaze, moral self, and relational labor of favors in Eastern Europe

Čarna Brković

peripheral position (e.g., Balkanism, the invention of Eastern Europe) and analyses of political-economic changes and their social impacts (e.g., debt, the feminization of poverty, the rise of xenophobia and extreme nationalism, the lack of participation in

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The West Africa Institute’s (WAI) contribution to the ECOWAS Post 2020 Vision

Djénéba Traoré

; 3. gender-based violence and violence against women; 4. low school enrollment and retention among girls; 5. low participation of women in policy-making and decision-making structures; and 6. feminization of poverty. In response, ECOWAS