RT @RightsinDevt: Human rights and community-led development should be a priority in the @FinanceInCommon summit, say +200 organizations ar…


The good news is, where public awareness of these challenges IS low, there are tools for increasing support! Namely, explaining the nature of institutional barriers faced by women: https://t.co/6o4CRgDrcE #DatabyDEL #genderequality #devcomms

This is despite high public awareness that women face greater hardship in the pandemic, according to a survey of Great Britain: https://t.co/aJLz2IZhRb by @pmorini1 If the public understand these challenges, then neglecting to protect women is clearly a policy failure (2/3) https://t.co/yyVUYT5wiC


A new UN report has found that most countries are failing women & girls in their COVID response. Women are almost 2x likely to lose their jobs as men, while poverty among women is set to grow by 9.1% (1/3) https://t.co/omumJob3kC

RT @priyacga: "The sector raked in huge volumes of funding off BAME stereotypes which portray minorities here and abroad as helpless/withou…

'Companies will make 20% of production available to low- and middle-income countries and 80% to the rest' to prevent rich countries clearing out supply. Our data shows that most people want vaccine to go to all countries equally, or most vulnerable first https://t.co/dkg3cpLRMb


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