How the lockdown has impacted gender roles in traditional families

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Research published on gender issues has shown that the Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated the already existing gender inequalities - with significant implications on women.

The study finds that the closure of offices, leading to many parents working from home, coupled with online education and lack of domestic workers has increased the amount of unpaid chores that must now be completed by the members of the household.

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