This article was first published on The Conversation and is written by Amrita Hari and Luciara Nardon and is based on a study they conducted with other CRIW researchers: Merridee Bujaki, Liam Hoselton, Aliya Kuzhabekova, and Hui Zhang.
Immigrant women are feeling the brunt of the negative economic and social impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic — and it may not get better.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reignited public debate on the adverse socio-economic effects on women engaged in both paid and unpaid work. There have been some specific conversations about health-care workers and academic professionals…. More