Gender Norms, Intersectionality and Social Protection: In Conversation with UNICEF's Dr Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed
Dr. Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed is a Gender and Development Manager (Research) at UNICEF Office of Research, Innocenti, where she also manages the Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office-funded Gender-Responsive and Age-Sensitive Social Protection (GRASSP) research program. Zahrah works in the area of gender and women’s economic empowerment, the care economy, and social protection.
In this question and answer session, she explains her current intersectional approaches to support gender equality and social justice in Africa.
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- Gender Norms and the Coronavirus
- Gender-based Violence Prevention, Risk Mitigation and Response during COVID-19
- COVID-19: Emerging Gender Data and Why it Matters
- Minimum Standards for Prevention and Response to Gender-Based Violence in Emergencies
- COVID-19 Exposes the Harsh Realities of Gender Inequality in Slums
- COVID-19: Resources to Address Gender-based Violence Risks
- Identifying & Mitigating Gender-based Violence Risks within the COVID-19 Response
- Comprehensive Sexuality Education to Address Gender-based Violence
- Technical Brief: Integrating Gender in the COVID-19 Response
April 13, 2021