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The gendered impact of COVID in the Middle East | Middle East Institute
Hafsa Halawa. The COVID pandemic has challenged the normative structures and behaviors of almost every country around the world. The fallout has put pressure on even the most developed countries and its effects across the Middle East have been significant and varied. The Gulf region has recorded nearly , cases in total , while Iran alone has over ,, according to official figures.
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The gendered impact of COVID-19 in the Middle East
Male attitudes towards the role of women in the workplace and at home, and of their participation in public life, were stereotypically sexist in the study of views in Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco and Palestine. Nearly 10, people, aged between 18 and 59, were questioned with a majority of the men supporting a range of traditional and inequitable attitudes toward women, including a belief that they are not fit to be leaders, should not work outside the home, and that it is more important to educate boys than girls. The younger women surveyed showed a consistent desire for greater gender equality, according to the research undertaken by the International Men and Gender Equality Survey Images , an advocacy project that has been carrying out extensive household surveys of attitudes to gender issues around the world. In reply to almost all questions, men had less progressive attitudes towards equality than women.
We bring together their responses—which cover a wide geographic region and a wide range of views—in this publication. The full publication is available here and at the bottom of this page. Women throughout the region, as is true in the rest of the world, face a variety of challenges: underrepresentation in the political sphere, exclusion from or barriers to the workforce, repercussions of family status laws, physical and sexual abuse, and at times the responsibility of supporting their families by themselves. What is the real situation for women in the Middle East and can they really be the mechanism for change?