The impact on women’s health of climatic and economic disaster

This position paper argues that economic and climatic disasters are inextricably linked, and women are most affected. Improvements to women’s health won’t be effective until we fix the systems that produce and maintain inequity.

Keywords: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, access, adult women, advocacy, asylum seekers, carers, children, climate change, communication, education, funding, gender, gender equality, gender equity, government and policy, health care, health conditions, health equity, health rights, health services, immigrants, international, LGBTIQ+, medical care, mental health, migrant and refugee women, national, natural disasters, older women, policy, population health, public health, regional, remote, rural, safety, social determinants of health, women with disabilities, young people, young women
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