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‘We have to fight back.’ Afghan women are losing their hard-won right to work under the Taliban

“We go to work with fear.” From travel restrictions to a new order to cover their faces in public, Afghan women face growing challenges to their hard-won right to work.

She made jeans for Americans. When they stopped shopping, she turned to sex work

As the garment sector—one of the Lesotho’s largest employers—crumbles during the coronavirus pandemic, a 30-year-old factory worker turns to sex work to make do.

Goa: ‘Even If We Register, I Don’t Think There Are Enough Vaccines to Go Around’

The broader availability of the COVID-19 vaccine isn't sparking optimism for an employee of an international hotel chain in Goa, who is struggling to sign up for the shot and fears further threats to her…

Kenya’s Labor Market Wasn’t Made for a Pandemic

NAIROBI—For the past week, every morning, Akonya Shimeseru wakes up in her single-room home that she shares with her two children in Ongata Rongai, a town on the outskirts of Nairobi.

Why the Coronavirus Outbreak Could Hit Women Hardest

Women disproportionately hold jobs in industries with poor protections.

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