Intersecting Pandemics: The Impact of Intimate Partner Violence, COVID-19, and Wage and Worker Supports Equity an Environmental Scan is a comprehensive and academic report about Ohio’s economy, the shift from manufacturing to service industry jobs, and how worker supports such as paid time off, access to affordable housing, transportation, and child care impact Ohio families and communities and create risk for intimate partner violence perpetration. In addition, the report discusses the impact of COVID-19 and weaves the narrative about how multiple risk factors for intimate partner violence perpetration cluster to put communities at risk for violence.
Please visit this site periodically for products extracted from this report including:
Summary Sheets for each of the report’s 10 sections (coming soon)
Policy Briefs (coming soon)
Graphic Executive Summary
This Graphic Executive Summary is based on findings included in Intersecting Pandemics: The Impact of Intimate Partner Violence, COVID-19, and Wage and Worker Support Equity in Ohio, an Environmental Scan published by ODVN in April 2021.
While this summary was a team effort, the team wishes to acknowledge the leadership of Prevention Intern Lucy Hennon for bringing the concept of a data-visualized summary forward. Thank you, Lucy!
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