Hoy,when the pandemic has exposed the immense number of households in conditions of vulnerability, with income that is very sensitive to changes in context, the claim for a universal income has once again gained strength, and for some the current extension of monetary transfers It should be a basis for its realization. Second, the care agenda is gaining mobile phone number list even more strength. Thanks to feminist struggles, since the beginning of the century the region has witnessed a growing discussion and public revaluation of care work, in general by women towards their children and older adults.
This greater public visibility was reflected, for example, in public numbers: after the turn of the century, the national statistical systems of many countries in the region began to implement surveys on the use of time, which have allowed us to have fairly precise information mobile phone number list on how much time do Latin American societies dedicate to care and who performs this work. However, the greatest concern about this problem had few expressions at the political level.
Indeed, as Valeria Esquivel wrote, mobile phone number list care redistribution policies, between men and women, but also between households and society, have been very scarce, although there are some notable exceptions, such as the National Care System of Uruguay, which implements and coordinates care policies for children and dependent persons, and the National Child mobile phone number list Care and Development Network of Costa Rica. Now, the pandemic has put debates on the recognition of care as work and its social productivity, as well as the insufficient distribution between genders of these responsibilities, at the center of attention.