COVID & Women: Equality and Post-Pandemic Recovery

Revisit our recorded webinar for insights into the most important issues facing women that need to be addressed in the country’s COVID recovery program.

The author(s)

  • Jennifer McLeod Macey Vice President, Canada, Public Affairs
  • Sanyam Sethi Director, CA, Public Affairs
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Having recently marked the second International Women’s Day since the coronavirus pandemic began, we’re continuing to explore how the impact of COVID on women’s health goes far beyond the virus itself, impacting women’s progress toward equality, and closing the gender pay gap.

Revisit our recorded webinar to hear Ipsos’ latest research findings and commentary about what Canadians and others in 26 countries around the world believe are the most important issues facing women that need to be addressed in the country’s COVID recovery program.

Listen in for these 3 key takeaways:

  • 2020 shone a light on the existing inequalities and widened the fault lines.
  • If we are to make progress in gender equality, going back to normal will not be good enough.
  • There is broad public support for change; business and political leaders need to make it happen.

The author(s)

  • Jennifer McLeod Macey Vice President, Canada, Public Affairs
  • Sanyam Sethi Director, CA, Public Affairs

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