We hope by now you have heard about our new brief on the importance of gender-responsive pandemic plans. If not please do take a peek. If you are short on time you can watch the animation at the end of this post.
The brief explains how you can create plans and adopt methods and indicators that can be adapted to suit different contexts and resources.
The Gender and COVID-19 Project and Johns Hopkins Center for Women’s Health, Sex, and Gender Research are co-hosting the webinar. It’s an opportunity to go beyond defining the problems in our response to COVID-19. Building on the brief, expert speakers will help us to identify solutions and methods for bridging the gap between research and policy interventions.
If you are a researcher, a policy-maker or a practitioner then this webinar is for you.
Moderator: Rosemary Morgan, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
- The gendered impacts of COVID-19 – Brunah Schall, René Rachou Research Institute, Fiocruz Minas, Brazil
- How to create a gender responsive pandemic plan – Erica N. Rosser, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA
- UN Women’s ‘Plan for Equal’: Gender equality, social justice and sustainability in the wake of COVID-19 – Laura Turquet, UN Women
Questions and answers
Please make yourself available on 25 February at 09:00 EST.