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She further argues that Childhood, viewed through the lens of culture, implies a conceptualization fixed to cultural specificity alone while descriptors of social inequality (even when applied to children) assume what Hill Collins refers to as ‘a static system of social locations’ (Hill Collins 1998). What both of these forms of analysis leave out is the possibility that intersectionality of culture with other social and economic factors will contribute to specific childhood identities, and compounded forms of rights violations.
For example, Caribbean women have rights of political participation and legal equality; women’s work, paid and unpaid, contributes to the security and survival of households and is recognized as one of the many avenues out of poverty since women are more likely to spend their income on the needs of their families (IOM 2006). Despite these improvements many challenges remain. For example, even though women in the Caribbean achieve higher levels of educational attainment overall than men, they are more likely to be unemployed; even when women are in employment, they often remain poor because gender pay differentials may cause them to be paid less or because they become trapped in the lower-paid labour sector (Bailey and Tang Nain 2003).
Prevention of CSA and intergenerational transmission of values which contribute to CSA (renewed emphasis on prevention as the most cost-effective approach, using evidence-based programmes to enable access to services by the most-at-risk populations). Treatment, care, and support (relevant therapies developed and expanded to improve access for hard-to-reach communities). Capacity development for CSA services (a cross-cutting priority area that brings together the necessary interventions to strengthen national social, education and health services, the police and the judiciary to ensure a comprehensive response to the epidemic; this includes support for the development of human resources, infrastructure and systems).