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Gender norms have yet to catch up with shifting roles in heterosexual marriages -“we have held on to that idea that men are supposed to provide, but have loosened up on the idea that women have to be homemakers”- Dr. Alexandra Killewald
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GEH UCSD Jul 16
Check out 's Gender Hub to learn about women from around the world who are working towards greater gender equity in science, medicine, and global health!
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GEH UCSD Jul 14
As the movement endures, some rape jokes continue to be told unchecked. Sexual violence in prisons continues to be perpetrated, and people continue to suffer.
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GEH UCSD Jul 13
An exciting research and implementation forum on adolescents and social norms is coming up on the 17th- take a moment to register!
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GEH UCSD Jul 12
Women from around the world share their stories of abortion- in doing so they reveal the vast differences in how these decisions are influenced by money, technology, nationhood and emotion
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GEH UCSD Jul 11
has become the first country in the Americas to eradicate in nearly 50 years!
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GEH UCSD Jul 10
2 opportunities are now open to work with The Prevention Collaborative! They are a "global initiative created to serve practitioners & social movements working to prevent violence against women and children, especially in the family " Learn more here-
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GEH UCSD Jul 9
Gender inequities in the work place follow musical artists into their work. See how this year's music festival season is shaping up to favor male over female artists
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GEH UCSD Jul 7
In the face of harassment and judgement female academics are stepping up to claim their titles
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GEH UCSD Jul 6
Ms. Gatewood was a remarkable women, mother and explorer. She faced huge obstacles, including intimate partner violence, but found refuge in nature. Her strength led her to blazed new trails for generations of female adventurers after her.
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GEH UCSD Jul 5
See powerful Saudi women hitting the road now that they are allowed to drive, and what this "first step" means for these new drivers
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GEH UCSD Jul 4
Female reporters at the have been facing sexual harassment both on and off camera. See how these strong professionals have been handling these situations, and how they are demanding respect from world soccer fans
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GEH UCSD Jul 3
Be sure to come by this month's Brown Bag Seminar on military sexual trauma- this month we will be hearing from Jennifer Crawford on Tuesday, July at 12Pm. We hope to see you there!
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GEH UCSD Jul 3
Women ask for raises, but are less likely to receive them. New data shows who is getting raises, who is not, and how these trends are perpetuating the gender pay gap.
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Girls Not Brides Jul 3
"My name is Nour. I'm 16, have been married for 1 year, and have a newborn baby." This fantastic interactive from shines a light on the lives of married girls in Lebanon 🇱🇧
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GEH UCSD Jul 3
Special issue on and Health: From Measurement to Impact. Submit your abstract before July 31! Guest Editor
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GEH UCSD Jul 2
Follow the link to read the latest installment of the GEH blog! Join us in learning about our GEH students' new organization Tritons for Gender Equity (T4GE)
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GEH UCSD Jun 30
Beautiful photos of dads welcoming their new babies into the world show why
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Thomson Reuters Foundation Jun 26
The world's most dangerous countries for women revealed. Find out how countries scored on healthcare, discrimination, cultural traditions, sexual violence, non-sexual violence, and human trafficking. Get the full results:
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GEH UCSD Jun 29
The health and wellness of children and families is impacted by paternity and maternity leave offered to parents. Learn why the gendered inequity in provision of leave is effecting new fathers and their families across the US
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