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UCSD Center on Gender Equity and Health - Building focused research to support action in , &
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SVRI Dec 7
BLOG: How are researchers engaging men to prevent in Uganda?
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GEH UCSD Dec 8
Congratulations to, GEH's pre-doctoral fellow, Brittnie Bloom for being appointed as a Women's Health, Gender, and Empowerment Student Ambassador!
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GEH UCSD Dec 8
Take a moment to read Dr. Jennifer Wagman’s new piece with on involving men in preventing violence in
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GEH UCSD Dec 7
We loved Dr. Georgia Kayser’s Brown Bag talk about WaSH in schools in sub Saharan Africa!! Be sure to join the next brown bag in January!
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GEH UCSD Dec 7
Check out the new blog by GEH’s about the importance of the movement for in
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GEH UCSD Dec 6
has consequences on college choice & future earnings. For a commute to college that reduces risk of street harassment, women in Delhi willing to sacrifice going to a top 20 college for a college in the bottom half of the quality distribution:
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GEH UCSD Dec 6
We are so proud and excited to see all of the individuals chosen as person of the year for 2017!! Each of these people are offering their voice to the fight against sexual and gender based violence, learn about their stories-
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GEH UCSD Dec 6
Dr. Laramie Smith presents on the prevalence and usage of in Mexico's population of
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GEH UCSD Dec 6
GEH's Erika Bonnevie presenting on post-HIV diagnosis change - men cited drinking less alcohol and having fewer sexual partners as main changes.
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GEH UCSD Dec 6
Dr. Eileen Pitpitan talks about and related to at Research Day
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GEH UCSD Dec 6
colleagues Dr. Laramie Smith and Erika Bonnevie are presenting at the annual research day, the focus this year is disparities in . See the agenda for times!
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UN Women Dec 6
More and more women are speaking out about their experiences with harassment worldwide. Their collective voices must be heard!
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TIME Dec 6
The Silence Breakers are TIME's Person of the Year 2017
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GEH UCSD Dec 5
Gender based violence is not exclusive to individual, romantic, or sexual relationships- take a moment to read these perspectives on political gender based violence-
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GEH UCSD Dec 5
The second installment of the Brown Bag Series of Lunchtime discussions is Thursday, December 7, 2017 from 12-1:30 PM! Please join us in welcoming Dr. Georgia Kayser as she presents on her findings from project WaSH at the Price Center Red Shoe Room!
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GEH UCSD Dec 4
Excellent turnout at for ‘s presentation on decision making related to delays in child marriage!
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GEH UCSD Dec 4
Great moments from launch of Women, Peace, and Security Index w/ . Learn about the new tools:
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The Lancet Dec 1
Women in science, medicine & global health—call for papers for planned themed issue coming soon. Help us identify the best evidence to inform change. Join Tues 5 Dec, 1700 h GMT/1200 h EST
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GEH UCSD Dec 1
How is women’s bank ownership associated with IPV in rural India? See our new publication with in here:
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GEH UCSD Dec 1
It’s 2017 and we would like to share our deepest respect for all people, in all places, of all genders, sexual orientations, and races who work to help call an end to HIV/AIDS
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