World: What the COVID-19 pandemic means for the safety of women and girls
Source: UN Children’s Fund
Policymakers must go beyond the numbers and seek a more comprehensive understanding of dynamics driving pre-existing violence against women and girls and how this environment exacerbates these risks.
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