Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic


From the zoonotic origin of the disease to its widespread impact in all sectors, the COVID-19 pandemic illustrates the systemic nature of risk, calling for a whole of society approach to mitigate and respond.


This paper examines the extent to which social protection responses to the crisis have recognised and addressed the gendered impacts of the crisis. The impacts of the Covid-19 crisis have exacerbated gender inequalities. The rapid onset of the crisis in

Overseas Development Institute

The Gender Equality Working group of the SDG3 Global Action Plan on Healthy Living and Well-being, along with the Gender and Health Hub at UNU-IIGH presents a guidance note and checklist of key actions for countries to prioritise that align with the core

SDG3 Global Action Plan For Healthy Lives and Well-Being : Gender Equality Working Group
Health experts from the U.S. and France for the COVID-19 discussed pandemic learnings at the Baylor College of Medicine Disaster Research and Prevention Symposium.
Baylor University

This paper examines the impact of COVID-19 and the associated restrictions on Stolen Generations survivors. It highlights how the restrictions aimed at protecting survivors are at the same time negatively impacting their physical and mental health and

The Healing Foundation

This Handbook highlights the importance of localization of the SDGs especially regarding gender equality, helps assess the impact of COVID-19 on women’s economic security and recovery, and offers tools to develop feasible solutions at the local level for

United Cities and Local Governments United Nations Development Programme
The pandemic exacerbated racial and ethnic disparities in health and financial security.
Conversation Media Group, the