Research In Focus - Understanding the gendered dimensions of COVID-19: Experiences from Brazil, Canada, and the United Kingdom
Pandemics, including COVID-19, are not gender neutral. Evidence shows that the current COVID-19 pandemic is differentially affecting men, women, and people of other genders – both in terms of immediate primary effects and more long term secondary effects. This webinar will discuss the gendered dimensions of COVID-19 in three country contexts, drawing on evidence from two gender and COVID projects working across nine contexts.
O webinar será conduzido em inglês, mas a gravação contará com legendas em português.
The gendered dimensions of COVID-19 in Brazil – Denise Nacif Pimenta, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation
The gendered dimensions of COVID-19 the United Kingdom – Clare Wenham, London School of Economics
The gendered dimensions of COVID-19 in Canada – Julia Smith, Simon Fraser University
Ensuring gender responsive preparedness and response plans – Rosemary Morgan, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Please note that if oversubscribed you can join this webinar live on Facebook - search 'The Global Health Network'.