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A new postilion for a Quantitative Post-Doctoral Fellow In Intimate Partner Violence and Program Evaluation is now open with the The Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at Please see the attached for information.
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Two great opportunities are available with the UCSF research group, for a Research Analyst and Project Director in Clinical Research. Learn more here- and
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We are so excited to see how last year's report on harassment and sexual assault continues to make waves of change! , , ,
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GEH UCSD Jan 15
Reproductive coercion often goes under reported and recognized as a form of sexual abuse
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GEH UCSD Jan 14
A great opportunity for contributions to a special issue of Global Public Health- The Contested Global Politics of Pleasure and Danger. See the attached for more information
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GEH UCSD Jan 12
Women in West Africa are seeking divorces more than ever before. Read more about what this pattern may mean about the success fo efforts to address girl and forced marriage
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GEH UCSD Jan 11
The UN has reported increased number of girls being involved in human trafficking, with girls making up 22% of all people being trafficked
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GEH UCSD Jan 10
New regulation in Saudi Arabia seeks to prevent female vulnerabilities to covert divorces
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GEH UCSD Jan 9
An exciting opportunity for a Post-doctoral research Associate with this Maryland Population Research Center measuring women's economic empowerment
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GEH UCSD Jan 8
New York becomes one of the first states to offer non-binary gender identification "X" for birth certificates
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GEH UCSD Jan 7
Female researchers and medical professionals face many hurdles in reaching professional success- some are social and structural while others biological- but all need to be recognized by institutions and funders
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GEH UCSD Jan 5
As Long acting reversible contraceptives, like the IUD and implants, grow in popularity concerning biases based on race and income hint an ugly history repeating itself
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GEH UCSD Jan 4
New public urinals are sparking conversations about gender equity and male privileged in Paris
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GEH UCSD Jan 3
5 million women in Kerala came together in a mass protest against gender discrimination
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Gender Check Dec 31
As the year 2018 draws to a close, follow this thread for a round-up of some of our gender coverage this year:
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GEH UCSD Dec 30
States With Gender Budgeting Show Decline in Spousal Violence
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GEH UCSD Dec 26
"...gender budgeting states demonstrated a 7% decline in from 2005-06 to 2015-16, non-gender budgeting states demonstrated only a 1% decline (p=.04)"
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GEH UCSD Dec 25
On approaches to address inequalities, in collaboration with colleagues from IIPS,
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GEH UCSD Dec 25
With everything that 2018 offered, surveys show there is still progress to be made to achieve gender equity in America
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GEH UCSD Dec 24
Women are making history in athletics- they are conquering hurdles and taking home victories as skilled athletes, not just as women
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