The Art of Survival – Intersecting Inequalities in Social Protection in Macedonia
This paper presents the findings from the research conducted in Macedonia. It is structured as follows: First, we report on the methodology and methods employed to conduct the research and provides how we understood some of the terms which we frequently use in our study. Then, we focus on the findings on the individual, symbolic and structural level, followed by an investigation into the intersections across these, i.e. of both categories and levels. The last section presents the findings of the intersectional analysis of the existing laws and policies in the field of social protection. We summarise our findings in the section on the conclusions.
We close the section with the main concerns stemming from the lived experiences of our interviewees, phrased as recommendations issued by our interviewees themselves. We kindly refer the readers to our Policy Brief for a detailed overview of all recommendations issued.
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