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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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Interviews with healthcare personnel from #Brazil reveal that a year into the #pandemic, there’s a lack of progress in the neglect #health professionals continue to experience: https://bit.ly/3tJrnRO

Poor administration of the #pandemic by the federal government, scientific denialism and fear of exposing their families are among the #health practitioners’ greatest concerns: https://bit.ly/3auw7Tv

Gender inequality hinders progress towards everyone’s right to health. To ensure the enjoyment of the right to the highest attainable standard of health, we call to commit, accelerate and scale up actions for #GenderEquality & health.

➡Register now: http://go.unu.edu/krNjS

We have a google doc, updated by @RosemaryJMorgan. @a_solowoman @AMuragz This is a regularly updated resource that lists all the #COVID19 and #gender content we come across. Let's keep adding to it! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_QfLS6Z90w_1rPM-jdeKC_lQXTcwA8Z4kF8Z5CerZrk/edit

Foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong reported experiencing a dual-country experience of the #pandemic concerns about local transmission as well as worry about their family members back home. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2QJhLaL

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Twitter feed

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Interviews with healthcare personnel from #Brazil reveal that a year into the #pandemic, there’s a lack of progress in the neglect #health professionals continue to experience: https://bit.ly/3tJrnRO

Poor administration of the #pandemic by the federal government, scientific denialism and fear of exposing their families are among the #health practitioners’ greatest concerns: https://bit.ly/3auw7Tv

Gender inequality hinders progress towards everyone’s right to health. To ensure the enjoyment of the right to the highest attainable standard of health, we call to commit, accelerate and scale up actions for #GenderEquality & health.

➡Register now: http://go.unu.edu/krNjS

We have a google doc, updated by @RosemaryJMorgan. @a_solowoman @AMuragz This is a regularly updated resource that lists all the #COVID19 and #gender content we come across. Let's keep adding to it! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_QfLS6Z90w_1rPM-jdeKC_lQXTcwA8Z4kF8Z5CerZrk/edit

Foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong reported experiencing a dual-country experience of the #pandemic concerns about local transmission as well as worry about their family members back home. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2QJhLaL

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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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