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The "Great Exacerbator" Hits Mexico's Most Vulnerable

20:21July 7, 2020

COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities in Mexico, including women and children. In this episode, host Olivia Soledad speaks with Silvia Núñez, Professor at the National Autonomous University in Mexico (UNAM), about the exacerbated challenges women are facing during the pandemic, including the challenges they face to access health and safety services.  

Related links: 
Observatory on Gender and COVID-19 in Mexico: https://genero-covid19.gire.org.mx/

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