Our Senior Social Policy Specialist, Anasuya Sengupta, takes a critical look at the Lebanese crisis not as an exception but a reflection of the unequal world we live in. She challenges the global narratives that have for decades entrenched the patriarchal elite and maintained gender inequality. While the year 2020 has been a painful magnifier of structural inequalities and injustices, it has presented us with a unique opportunity to finally shift the paradigm. She comes to the conclusion that universal social protection is a powerful building block, supported by evidence, that can help us move towards States and economies that care.
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