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Gender-Responsive Social Protection, Care & COVID-19 A Feminist Analysis of Public Policy Responses to Care Work

Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed's presentation on Wednesday 31st March 2021 at the EPRI Global Webinar on Gender-sensitive social protection.

Learn more https://www.unicef-irc.org/events/global-webinar-gender-sensitive-social-protection.html

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Gender-Responsive Social Protection, Care & COVID-19 A Feminist Analysis of Public Policy Responses to Care Work

  1. 1. Gender-Responsive Social Protection, Care & COVID-19 A Feminist Analysis of Public Policy Responses to Care Work Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed Wednesday 31st March 2021
  2. 2. What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the words “care” and “COVID-19”? Go to www.menti.com and use the code 9450 2475
  3. 3. (In)visibility of care in public policy responses to COVID-19 Only 11 per cent of social protection or labour market measures address unpaid care and domestic work. March 2021, Global COVID19 Gender Tracker
  4. 4. for every child, answers What is GRASSP? GRASSP FCDO-funded | Innocenti-led Gender-Responsive Age-Sensitive Social Protection (GRASSP) research programme A five-year, multi-country, mixed-methods research and evaluations programme Check our website: Gender-responsive and age- sensitive social protection (unicef-irc.org)
  5. 5. What is GRASSP? Research Stream 1 • The ‘Frameworks’ and ‘Measures’ • Analytical framework of change pathways • Synthesizing evidence through a systematic review of reviews • Measurement & analysis of gender equality outcomes Research Stream 2 • The ‘What’ (programmatic focus) • Unpack effects of design and implementation across the gender-integration continuum and life-course • Consider moderating effect of contextual factors and gender norms • Advance understanding and evidence around gender- responsive policy and programming in crisis contexts and cost- effectiveness Research Stream 3 • The ‘Why’ and ‘How’ (systems focus) • Institutionalization of gender responsiveness • Conditions under which reforms emerge and succeed or fail • Levers and mechanisms for driving and sustaining reform (political and financial) Resources: • Gender-Responsive Age-Sensitive Social Protection (GRASSP) research programme • GRASSP Think Pieces: experts start the discussion
  6. 6. Analysing programme design features through a feminist lens Spotlighting paid and unpaid care and domestic work during COVID-19 Analysing how social protection responses to COVID-19 integrated paid and unpaid care and domestic work considerations in: Resources: • Covid-19 and a “crisis of care”: an analysis of social protection measures from a care lens (upcoming!) • UNDP UN Women COVID- 19 Gender Tracker Targeting and eligibility criteria Type and level of the benefit
  7. 7. 1 COVID-19 increases the care and domestic needs within one’s household due to COVID-19 infections Pathway 1 COVID-19 increases the care and domestic needs within one’s household due to school closures, which social protection can address via recognising and reducing unpaid care Pathway 2 COVID-19 reduces earnings and increases the risk of job losses for paid care and domestic workers Pathway 3 Analysing programme design features through a feminist lens
  8. 8. 1 Providing time, cash, or other goods and services to households with children. 2 3 Provision of PPE, hygiene kits and cleaning products. Addressing gender norms around care work. 4 Tailoring responses to the needs of specific categories of women and girls. Analysing programme design features through a feminist lens
  9. 9. Thank you
  10. 10. UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti (unicef-irc.org) GRASSP Research Programme Gender-responsive and age-sensitive social protection (unicef-irc.org) Contact: Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed, Gender and Development Manager (Research) znesbitt-ahmed@unicef.org

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