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UCSD Center on Gender Equity and Health - Building focused research to support action in , &
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United Nations CSW Mar 11
Did you know? is the ’s largest gathering on gender equality. Follow the 63rd session of the Commission on the Status of Women, :
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GEH UCSD Mar 14
The has taken a new step as they fight to close the gender pay gap between the US National Soccer Teams. All 28 women are looking for
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GEH UCSD Mar 13
Excited to see our CHARM2 team in the Sakal Newspaper! “Healthy Guidance by CHARM project team at Primary Sub-Health Centre Pimpripendhar!”
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GEH UCSD Mar 8
Happy International Women's Day! As we celebrate the fight for gender equality and progress, find the latest installment of the GEH blog as it reflects on integrating gender data into climate change adaptations efforts!
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GBV Prevention Net Feb 19
Wondering what it means to adapt SASA! to prevent violence against women in diverse settings? Read these case studies from , and for inspiration
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GEH UCSD Mar 8
Sharing our new blog today in honor of - Bringing to the Forefront of Adaptations Efforts: A New Target via
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FHI 360 Research Mar 7
New today! "What I learned from a new study about girls’ education & early marriage" – 's highlights new qualitative evidence via , et al.'s work in Ethiopia & India:
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GEH UCSD Mar 7
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GEH UCSD Mar 7
Indian women all dressed up but nowhere to go - "Better education is not leading to better job opportunities, marriage prospects or freedom of movement" An insightful piece by for the
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GEH UCSD Feb 28
So happy to see our Triton community lending medical care and support to our greater San Diego community through the UCSD Student-Run Free Clinic Project!
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GEH UCSD Feb 27
Reclaiming "crazy" and replacing it with passionate behind the voice of Serena Williams. Sport is a useful tool and platform for empowering girls and women.
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GEH UCSD Feb 23
MIT has taken steps to help as they seek careers in academia as Chemical Engineers!
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RALIANCE Feb 22
Our great group in Houston, Texas today meeting to continue our work on next steps in research and evaluation in sport to
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GEH UCSD Feb 22
The power of women owning cell phones is amplified when she has a mobile banking account. Learn more about what the Bill and Melinda Gates have to share about the power of money and finance for women-
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David Lee Feb 22
We are in Houston for the meeting talking about the state of research in sport and sexual violence prevention with to
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GEH UCSD Feb 16
Does lack of recognition push women to leave careers in science? Women in science are earning more prizes in science, but new research suggests this increase may not represent significant progress
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GEH UCSD Feb 15
The government in Nepal is taking firm action to address "period huts" in an effort to prevent female deaths
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GEH UCSD Feb 14
Join us for our monthly Brown Bag Seminar, "Designing a Maternal Mental Health Intervention in Rural Haiti: What matters to women?” There will be FREE cookies and coffee! Hope to see you there!
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GEH UCSD Feb 14
Women have been historic leaders and pioneers in computer science from its beginning- learn more about how exceptional females paved the way for today's booming fields
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GEH UCSD Feb 13
Celebrating the power of female friendship today and always! Happy Galentine's Day!
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