Intersectionality and Women who use Drugs

Publish Year : 2021
Publisher : WHRIN

Description :

Intersectionality refers to the ways in which different aspects of a person’s identity can expose them to overlapping forms of discrimination and marginalization. The concept is useful for understanding and addressing inequities experienced by women who use drugs.

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