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UCSD Center on Gender Equity and Health - Building focused research to support action in , &
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In order to meet the UN Sustainable Development goals some nations must put the needs of women and girls at the center of urban planning
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GEH UCSD Nov 19
Map the childhood roots of at - a collaboration between the Census Bureau and Opportunity Insights
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GEH UCSD Nov 19
Struggles between Indian religious groups and government may reverse a standing ban on menstruating ages from a major Hindu temple
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GEH UCSD Nov 17
New advertising in Nigeria has sparked questions about how and if gender roles are evolving in one of West Africa's fastest growing economies
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GEH UCSD Nov 16
Interesting paper by on the value of cash/food transfers and to help reduce physical in rural .
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GEH UCSD Nov 16
African Women Rising is empowering women through education and financing
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David Lee Nov 15
Glad to join great colleagues with of , Jennifer Yore of @GEH_USCD and Katie Hanna of US Center for for this presentation
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GEH UCSD Nov 15
Fulbright research on gender equity advocacy in the Sri Lankan Up-Country
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GEH UCSD Nov 14
Happy to see so many GEH representatives at !
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GEH UCSD Nov 14
Find out about how early life adversity (e.g., growing up in a home or neighborhood with violence, or having an incarcerated parent) can affects a child's ability to access specialty care
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GEH UCSD Nov 13
This study evaluates EC availability and accessibility to adolescents in 4 Southwestern states, 3 years after the FDA removed age restrictions for over-the-counter sales of levonorgestrel-only pills and discusses implications on teen pregnancy rates
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Anita Raj Nov 13
It is now! Please come! Aqua 309
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David Lee Nov 12
Preventing sexual violence in sport panel starts at 3pm 3332.0 in 30E. We will highlight ’s work with sport. Also presenting are Jennifer Yore of , of and Katie Hanna of US Center for
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GEH UCSD Nov 12
Catch our own Jennifer Yore at presenting w/ & on the value of to help & . Today at 3 pm!
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GEH UCSD Nov 12
Excellent presentation on the ARCHES program by GEH program coordinator Jasmine Uysal
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GEH UCSD Nov 12
In the most recent election the demographics of Congress shifted as many elected candidates, many of them women, bring in new "firsts"
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GEH UCSD Nov 10
As India enters its own movement, women are speaking out against perpetrators of sexual harassment and assault. Their strong voices are beginning to change national politics.
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GEH UCSD Nov 9
Eyeglasses are giving women in India greater economic and employment opportunity. Read more about how female tea workers’ improved vision has improved their performance in the labor field
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GEH UCSD Nov 8
Estimates show nearly every migrant woman who makes the voyage to Spain is sexually abused along the way. For female migrants from sub-Saharan Africa this means facing abuse and danger on her way to Europe
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GEH UCSD Nov 7
On Fri. Nov 9 going to be part of an exciting panel discussion: Crisis Communications in the Era! Join Dr. Raj:
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