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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Vicha Annisa Adri and Madhavi Roy explore new research on maternal suicide in the United States that was shared at a recent Maternal Mental Health event hosted by 2020 Mom and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

https://www.genderandcovid-19.org/webinar/covid-19-maternal-health-and-suicide-in-the-united-states/

Can COVID-19 advance gender equality in health policies in China?

@DaviesSaraE

https://www.genderandcovid-19.org/editorial/can-covid-19-advance-gender-equality-in-health-policies-in-china/

In this blog @LKeeru summarizes presentations and discussions on inequity and gender in Brazil that were held at the ‘COVID-19 and Gender Pandemic Framings after six months’ webinar

https://www.genderandcovid-19.org/webinar/the-effects-of-covid-19-on-work-and-health-in-brazil/

Inspiring to see such a strong panel discussing the future of #publichealth in Germany postpandemic. 🔥

We are not lacking female health experts & leaders, but all too often they are not represented.
➡️See our analysis for #COVID19 from last year: https://gh.bmj.com/content/5/10/e003549

Excited to be sharing my ongoing research with an amazing group of scholars at "A #GenderedPandemic: Covid_19 and Questions of Gender (in)Equalities," organized by @profsarahchilds, @EmmaHCasey, @RupaHuq!

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twitlogo

Vicha Annisa Adri and Madhavi Roy explore new research on maternal suicide in the United States that was shared at a recent Maternal Mental Health event hosted by 2020 Mom and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

https://www.genderandcovid-19.org/webinar/covid-19-maternal-health-and-suicide-in-the-united-states/

Can COVID-19 advance gender equality in health policies in China?

@DaviesSaraE

https://www.genderandcovid-19.org/editorial/can-covid-19-advance-gender-equality-in-health-policies-in-china/

In this blog @LKeeru summarizes presentations and discussions on inequity and gender in Brazil that were held at the ‘COVID-19 and Gender Pandemic Framings after six months’ webinar

https://www.genderandcovid-19.org/webinar/the-effects-of-covid-19-on-work-and-health-in-brazil/

Inspiring to see such a strong panel discussing the future of #publichealth in Germany postpandemic. 🔥

We are not lacking female health experts & leaders, but all too often they are not represented.
➡️See our analysis for #COVID19 from last year: https://gh.bmj.com/content/5/10/e003549

Excited to be sharing my ongoing research with an amazing group of scholars at "A #GenderedPandemic: Covid_19 and Questions of Gender (in)Equalities," organized by @profsarahchilds, @EmmaHCasey, @RupaHuq!

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On the Fringes

Impact of the COVID-19 Shutdown on Hijras Daily Personal, Social and Economic Lives

Men in Kitchens and the (re) configurations of masculinity

Domestic spaces during COVID-19 lock down in Uganda

Responding to Queensland’s ‘shadow pandemic’ during the period of COVID-19

Practitioner views on the nature of and responses to violence against women

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