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Centre for Gender & Global Health Oct 15
Thanks to all those who joined us for panel discussions on Engendering Men's Health - and to Grayson Perry for a fantastic, funny and thought-provoking talk on This event also marks the start of our series - check out our upcoming events below 👇
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CSIH 2h
Kicked off Day 2 of with our Canadian Women in Global Health Speed-Networking Breakfast. Thanks to all who joined us for insightful and inspiring discussion around bridging the gender gaps in leadership. 🇨🇦🌎
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Felicia Knaul 12h
Women’s contributions 2 r valued at almost 5% of global GDP. Half is caregiving work that is unpaid unrecognized & unsupported. We had a gr8 panel CBugos BEssue Thx 2all 4insights on how 2close divides & achieve
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Women In Global Health 12h
Replying to @DrSenait
“Given the recent commitment of world leaders to include as part of ,there is a real opportunity to push for integration of quality&comprehensive reproductive health services into this will be my focus in the immediate future”
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Women In Global Health 12h
Prof ⁦⁩ Fisseha: empowering through ? “One of my guiding principles is the belief that we cannot accept the status quo.”⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Women In Global Health 12h
Planning fall conferences, steering groups- make sure they are gender balanced & diverse, check out the list!
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CSIH Oct 15
is fast approaching, and so is our Speed Networking Session. Hear from women global health experts on the gender equality challenges and successes facing the sector. See you there!
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Muriel Mac-Seing 20h
Thanks to all who came to listen to our panel on « Disability justice: moving towards health equity » with Rozina Somani and Emma Strobell
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Roopa Dhatt 16h
Reconnecting with Dr Rebecca Racheal Apolot who was a new voices , She presented on control. And now focuses on disability, gender research too with in Collaborator of |
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InspiredMinds 18h
Our Founder and CEO will be joining this panel. Please join ♥️ “Can you maintain your femininity working in a masculine environment? Does it help or hinder? Is it even a thing?” All InspiredMinds community get s discount code DM us 🦹🏼‍♀️🚀
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ann keeling 20h
Zimbabwe Gender Commission wants dress code to reduce Suggest dress code be straitjacket (hands tied behind backs) for all (mainly men) who sexual harass (mainly female) students. That should work.
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UHC Coalition 14h
Every 12/12, advocates around the🌍mobilize to demand national action on universal health coverage. Apply now for a micro-grant to support your campaign this year, so we can hold leaders accountable to the promise of :
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Roopa Dhatt 16h
Remember - a group of women, including led efforts & created the list Today she talked about « Disability justice: moving towards health equity » & tomorrow will be at Breakfast networking
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Roopa Dhatt 16h
A talented, systems thinker who has a bold vision for , & isn’t afraid to raise the important, challenging issues. It was great to chat with Prof Dr & learn that we have in common shared values for countries.
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Women In Global Health 16h
Tell us what you think! What books, videos, lectures or anything else changed your life regarding , and ?
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Roopa Dhatt 16h
A few of the women organizing ! We chatted about . “Thoughtful” leaders of all perspectives. Eva & Priscilla & the many not pictured working for & elevating women working in global health
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Salma Abdalla Oct 12
Seriously, this! Visa issues is a regressive tax on those of us from . Organizing more events/meetings in LMICs with welcoming visa policies seems like a sensible solution, especially given the fact that most of “” discussions are about these countries 🤷🏾‍♀️
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CSIH 21h
Packed room for the Day 1 lunchtime session at , “Healthy Women, Healthy Economies” moderated by and featuring and more!
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National Alliance for Women in Pharmacy (NAWP)🇵🇰 21h
Join us at our half day symposium at IPCE 2019 Lahore, Pakistan on 27th October to hear some real stories from real women 🇵🇰🇵🇰 To register, please visit www.ipce@webs.com
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Muriel Mac-Seing 21h
shares findings on occupational segregation favouring the gender pay gaps favouring men, for equal pay and equal work. “We need to do things differently!” through “leadership, policy and pay!”
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