Substantive gender equality - what does it mean for economic policy after COVID?

Just wanted to flag a recent brief we at CESR published with IWRAW-AP, looking at how the human rights norm of substantive gender equality should concretely inform post-COVID economic recovery plans.
It's only 2-pages so practically bite-size! It's part of a longer series - you can find the rest of the topics (including one on tax with TJN) here.
Your contact point: Kate Donald, Director of Program, Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR)

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