Tagged with: gendered inequality


Gender Impacts of Covid-19

Mary Murphy 14/07/2020

  The C-19 pandemic has tracked existing social and economic fault lines. It thrives and lays bare existing inequalities and has been particularly impactful on those experiencing multiple inequalities, gender, ethnicity, inequality and class.   Behind these inequalities is an ‘underlying condition’ – a gendered political …



Despite recovery, Ireland remains a hugely unequal society

Rory Hearne 24/08/2016

Rory Hearne: The fact that the number of homeless children in the capital exceeds 2,000 for the first time since current records began is further …

Women’s unpaid care is pivotal factor in gendered economic inequalities

Ursula Barry, Maggie Feeley 15/08/2016

Dr Ursula Barry and Dr Maggie Feeley: Despite the issue of gender inequalities being well-aired in the past decades, current evidence shows that …

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