A pregnant woman walks past a street mural in Hong Kong in March last year. Actions that benefit Hong Kong’s women and girls will ripple out to enhance the well-being of the whole of society. Photo: AFP A pregnant woman walks past a street mural in Hong Kong in March last year. Actions that benefit Hong Kong’s women and girls will ripple out to enhance the well-being of the whole of society. Photo: AFP
A pregnant woman walks past a street mural in Hong Kong in March last year. Actions that benefit Hong Kong’s women and girls will ripple out to enhance the well-being of the whole of society. Photo: AFP
Fiona Nott
Opinion

Opinion

Fiona Nott

In Hong Kong’s post-pandemic new normal, women and girls should be front and centre

  • As society grapples with the human and economic costs of Covid-19, attention should be paid to the often neglected impact on women
  • Ahead of International Women’s Day, we also need to recognise that women are not just victims, but are vital to rebuilding our communities and economies

A pregnant woman walks past a street mural in Hong Kong in March last year. Actions that benefit Hong Kong’s women and girls will ripple out to enhance the well-being of the whole of society. Photo: AFP A pregnant woman walks past a street mural in Hong Kong in March last year. Actions that benefit Hong Kong’s women and girls will ripple out to enhance the well-being of the whole of society. Photo: AFP
A pregnant woman walks past a street mural in Hong Kong in March last year. Actions that benefit Hong Kong’s women and girls will ripple out to enhance the well-being of the whole of society. Photo: AFP
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Fiona Nott

Fiona Nott

Fiona Nott is CEO at The Women’s Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to advancing women and girls in Hong Kong. See www.twfhk.org