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The ILO's policy brief on Covid-19 and Indigenous Peoples...

The stalwart ILO, in the inhouse since since way-back-then, stating the syndemics of the situation...

The prevailing social, economic, health and environmental vulnerabilities confronting indigenous women and men are playing a key role in shaping the threats and vulnerabilities emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic. Given their disadvantaged position before the emergence of the pandemic, indigenous peoples are now particularly threatened by poorer health outcomes, exacerbation of their poverty, as well as enhanced instances of stigma, discrimination and violence.

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