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Funded by Ecstra Foundation, the COVID-19, Financial Capability and Intersectionality project uses an intersectional lens to increase the visibility and support to groups of women, non-binary and gender diverse people who have faced higher financial disadvantage during the pandemic, due to characteristics that place them in a marginalised position in relation to mainstream systems and policies.
We will work with:
This project challenges the usual approach to capacity building by inviting participants with lived experience to co-design tailored resources, and to suggest ways in which government and service providers can increase their own financial capability by understanding intersectionality. We will:
For more information contact the Project Lead, Zuleika Arashiro on email@example.com.
You can find the project resources created by the COVID-19, Financial Capability and Intersectionality Project on this page.
At the resource launch, we brought together project participants and advisors to share what they observed during the pandemic, and how government and services can better adopt an intersectional approach to their policies and practices.