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Closing the Gender Gap in Care Services in Mexico

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Is care a gendered issue? Why is the business of care a shared responsibility and how can a comprehensive care system help transform our society?

In Mexico, reformers are working to design a national policy on public care services. Through a pilot program, the policy will be monitored by citizens — enabling them to shape these services and reduce the gender inequality gap in Mexico and position the right to care in the public agenda.

Guest: Marta Ferreyra, Director General of the National Policy of Equality and Rights of Women at the Institute for Women in Mexico, INMUJERES

Co-host: Carolina Cornejo, National Director of Open Government in the Chief of Cabinet of Ministers Office of Argentina

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