Events

EVENTS IN 2020

CSO - WHO DG DIALOGUE

Achieving a gender transformative COVID response

ONLINE SEMINAR

Ethical considerations around remote data collection and research in humanitarian and refugee settings in the context of COVID-19
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73rd WORLD HEALTH ASSEMBLY WEEK

Masked Heroines? Building resilience begins with a Gender-Equitable Health workforce

GENDER SUMMIT 19, 2020

Advancing best practice for incorporation of gender analysis in health research: SAGER
Guidelines.
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73rd WORLD HEALTH ASSEMBLY WEEK

Gender Data: The Unlearned Lessons of Global Pandemics

ONLINE SEMINAR

Michelle Lokot: A feminist approach to research in humanitarian and refugee settings during COVID-19

RESEARCH SEMINAR

Book Launch of
The Uncounted: Politics of Data in Global Health

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY

Women in power: Challenging gender inequality in Global Health and beyond: A conversation with female leaders

EVENTS IN 2019

9th GLOBAL FORUM ON HEALTH PROMOTION

Health Promotion - A critical pathway to achieving Universal Health Coverage

WORLD HEALTH DAY

Making Sex and Gender dimensions count in Health Research and Programmes

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY

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The productivity puzzle - Is there a gender bias in academic publishing?

EVENTS IN 2018

Webinar

GENDRO participated in a webinar organized by Elsevier on the importance of sex and gender dimensions in research and academic reporting across disciplines. GENDRO's president provided highlights on the persistent gender bias in research and presented the Sex and Gender Equity in Research (SAGER) guidelines, the development of which was spearheaded by Dr. Heidari in her capacity as chair of the Gender Policy Committee of European Association of Science Editors.

Sex, Bias and Data 

A seminar at the Global Fund

GENDRO's president, Dr. Heidari, described the harmful
implications of gender bias in global health data and research, and offered a path to change the paradigm towards programs relevant for everyone. 

Sex and gender matter in (HIV) research and clinical practice

At Geneva University Hospitals

A presentation at the HIV and the body provided evidence on the range of established biological and socio-economic differences that result in differential risks and health outcomes, encouraging a more systematic attention to sex and gender differences in HIV clinical research and practice.