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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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Insightful article on why food systems in #LMIC countries must adapt and strengthen food and nutrition security in the wake of #COVID19 https://bit.ly/3svAQO9

Just a reminder that we host the Gender and COVID-19 Working Group. If you are an academic, a practitioner or a policy-maker please consider joining. We would particularly like to hear more about the challenges decision-makers are grappling with https://www.genderandcovid-19.org/gender-working-group-page/

Read about why the lack of women in decision making positions and the absence of a feminist perspective, have led to a failure to mainstream gender equality in the responses to #COVID19 - https://bit.ly/3K4LqSb

There have been debates about how this pandemic is a great leveler, but is it really? A brilliant paper that documents rural perspective to dealing with #COVID19 - https://bit.ly/3sx9uHK

Why is #gender not more prominent in #COVID19 and #PandemicPrepardness policy dialogues? Read about what needs to be done to reverse this https://www.genderandcovid-19.org/measuring-gender-responsive-pandemic-planning/

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Twitter feed

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Insightful article on why food systems in #LMIC countries must adapt and strengthen food and nutrition security in the wake of #COVID19 https://bit.ly/3svAQO9

Just a reminder that we host the Gender and COVID-19 Working Group. If you are an academic, a practitioner or a policy-maker please consider joining. We would particularly like to hear more about the challenges decision-makers are grappling with https://www.genderandcovid-19.org/gender-working-group-page/

Read about why the lack of women in decision making positions and the absence of a feminist perspective, have led to a failure to mainstream gender equality in the responses to #COVID19 - https://bit.ly/3K4LqSb

There have been debates about how this pandemic is a great leveler, but is it really? A brilliant paper that documents rural perspective to dealing with #COVID19 - https://bit.ly/3sx9uHK

Why is #gender not more prominent in #COVID19 and #PandemicPrepardness policy dialogues? Read about what needs to be done to reverse this https://www.genderandcovid-19.org/measuring-gender-responsive-pandemic-planning/

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Gender-responsive pandemic plans

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

Feminist Global Health Security

First book-length treatment to apply feminist security studies to global health security.

Women in a COVID-19 recession: Employment, job loss and wage inequality in Canada

The pandemic’s economic effects impact women workers. 

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