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Exposure and Inequalities: African Descendants During COVID-19

By Judith Morrison, Senior Advisor to Gender and Diversity Division of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).  

A greater tragedy than we know: Excess mortality rates suggest that COVID-19 death toll is vastly underestimated in LAC

In order to effectively combat COVID-19, it is critical that we know the true extent of the challenge that we are facing. The difficult and urgent policy decisions that governments are making are…  

Working in Times of Pandemic: Only one in five workers in LAC can actually work from home

On average in LAC countries, only 20% of jobs can be done from home—deepening concerns of macro and micro level economic resilience during COVID-19.  

Older people in Argentina: Various disadvantages in the face of the coronavirus pandemic

By Jorge Paz, Principal Investigator, Conicet – Full Professor, UNSa.  

People with Autistic Spectrum Disorders in the face of COVID-19

By Por Juan Pedro Ronconi y Delfina Vernet Ayerza. Centro de Estudios para el Desarrollo Humano (CEDH).  

Multidimensional vulnerability of children and adolescents in Argentina to the pandemic

By Jorge Paz, Principal Investigator, Conicet – Full Professor, Universidad Nacional de Salta.  

Food Security in the Face of the Covid-19 Pandemic

By Casio Luiselli, Associate researcher at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Professor Emeritus at Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey and professor at Instituto Mora.  

Vulnerability at Work: The need to invest in inclusive and resilient social protection systems for all

Searches for unemployment benefits and social assistance have risen dramatically. A number of workers are in need of help at the moment.  

Long run consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on social inequality

By Guido Neidhöfer, Advanced Researcher at ZEW Mannheim.  

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