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Our project brings together academics from around the world, we conduct real time gender analysis to identify and document the gendered dynamics of COVID-19 and gaps in preparedness and response. Find out more.

We provide rapid policy guidance and support to those crafting interventions. Just ask.

If you are a researcher, policy maker or practitioner interested in these issues, please join our Gender Working Group – an energetic and growing community of experts who can celebrate and support your work. You are welcome.

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Our project brings together academics from around the world, we conduct real time gender analysis to identify and document the gendered dynamics of COVID-19 and gaps in preparedness and response. Find out more.

We provide rapid policy guidance and support to those crafting interventions. Just ask.

If you are a researcher, policy maker or practitioner interested in these issues, please join our Gender Working Group – an energetic and growing community of experts who can celebrate and support your work. You are welcome.

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5/7 Ensure gender experts are represented on health advisory committees – including pandemic preparedness & response

This report https://bit.ly/3gqKnjW indicates that #COVID19 has exacerbated and exposed the existing water-related inequities especially for displacement camps, informal settlements, and lesser-resourced communities

Join this Thursday's webinar on sex & gender in #COVID19 #vaccines organized by @GendroOrg @gavi @genderhealthhub, in conversation with @apoorva_nyc @SaadOmer3 & Noni MacDonald!

📅 17 June, Thu
⌚ 9am EST | 3pm CEST
🖱 Register: https://go.unu.edu/qZOaz

#GenderCOVID19Vaccination

The Ebola pandemic gave rise to intersections of gender caregiving, and livelihood practices that emerged as key factors to consider in preparedness and response of pandemics. Read more on this: https://bit.ly/3dzGZBJ

Over 2m men have died from #COVID19. Today, at the start of #MensHealthWeek, we have sent an open letter co-signed by 13 member organisations to @DrTedros at @WHO calling for a range of actions on men's health. We believe WHO has a leading role to play. https://gamh.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/GAMH-letter-to-Dr-Tedros.WHO_.14-June-2021.pdf

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5/7 Ensure gender experts are represented on health advisory committees – including pandemic preparedness & response

This report https://bit.ly/3gqKnjW indicates that #COVID19 has exacerbated and exposed the existing water-related inequities especially for displacement camps, informal settlements, and lesser-resourced communities

Join this Thursday's webinar on sex & gender in #COVID19 #vaccines organized by @GendroOrg @gavi @genderhealthhub, in conversation with @apoorva_nyc @SaadOmer3 & Noni MacDonald!

📅 17 June, Thu
⌚ 9am EST | 3pm CEST
🖱 Register: https://go.unu.edu/qZOaz

#GenderCOVID19Vaccination

The Ebola pandemic gave rise to intersections of gender caregiving, and livelihood practices that emerged as key factors to consider in preparedness and response of pandemics. Read more on this: https://bit.ly/3dzGZBJ

Over 2m men have died from #COVID19. Today, at the start of #MensHealthWeek, we have sent an open letter co-signed by 13 member organisations to @DrTedros at @WHO calling for a range of actions on men's health. We believe WHO has a leading role to play. https://gamh.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/GAMH-letter-to-Dr-Tedros.WHO_.14-June-2021.pdf

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Gender-responsive pandemic plans

Check out our new online toolkit and learn how you can engender the COVID-19 response.

Why vaccine passports are gendered

We should think twice before introducing policies which will create further inequalities in our societies. 

COVID-19: Bolsonaro tells Brazilians to stop “being a country of sissies”

Blog in BMJ Opinion on the anti-gender equality strategy in Brazil

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