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We Don’t Do A Lot For Them Specifically: improving diverse SOGIESC inclusion in cash transfer and social protection programs, during the COVID-19 crisis and...

Many people with diverse SOGIESC had pressing social protection needs prior to the COVID-19 crisis, borne of multi-layered discrimination and systemic marginalization within families, communities, schools, service providers and societies. There is reliable evidence that the COVID-19 crisis has exacerbated these issues and the needs of people with diverse SOGIESC across the health, economic and social realms (Edge Effect 2020; Outright 2020; UN OCHA 2020). For example, discrimination in education and employment often leads people with diverse SOGIESC to work within informal sectors that have been deeply impacted by COVID-19 movement restrictions. These same conditions often lead to a lack of savings, meaning loss of income has an immediate...

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