The corona crisis poses a threat to the advances in gender equality made in recent decades in the areas of higher education, prevention of gender-based violence and the job market. International organizations like the OECD and the United Nations have emphasized the importance of creating a gender-sensitive strategy to deal with the crisis in order to meet this challenge. As such a strategy requires gender-aggregated data, we are turning to state agencies to collect and publish such data, as a basis for policy making.
The UN published recommendations for 10 policy areas that need to be addressed. The following document puts them into the Israeli context.
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