- — Sally Theobald (@sallytheobald)Thu, Nov 16 2017 09:24:55Yes #HRHFORUM2017 kicked off with powerful stories from health workers about how gender & power shapes decent work amongst different cadres in different contexts #storiesmatter https://twitter.com/pamojauk/status/931089361936019457 …
- Early on Dr Tedros reminded us all...
- The launch of the new WHO Gender Equity Hub was one of the highlights of the week
- — WomenInGlobalHealth (@womeninGH)Tue, Nov 14 2017 18:45:13
- We ran a training 'From Gender Blind to Gender Transformative Human Resources for Health Research’, with our colleagues from Women in Global Health
- — Katherine J. Wynne (@Katherinejwynne)Thu, Nov 16 2017 11:57:02#Gender disagregation of #research #data isn't enough .... we need gender TRANSFORMATIVE research #HRHForum2017 @wef @TanaWuliji @womeninGH @UNWOMEN4Youth @GHWNetwork @Women_Canada @GenderAtState @WPLGlobalForum @WomenDeliver pic.twitter.com/UehREHcdpJ
- — Liz Hoffman (@LizHoffmanbmc)Thu, Nov 16 2017 11:26:49Current #HRHForum2017 session on 'From #Gender Blind to Gender Transformative Human Resources for Health Research' fits in with the @Athena_SWAN work on gender equality. For more of their work see: … https://health-policy-systems.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12961-017-0177-9 … … https://health-policy-systems.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12961-016-0126-z …
- — RinGs (@RinGsRPC)Thu, Nov 16 2017 11:57:32
- — Kelly Thompson (@hngryhrt)Thu, Nov 16 2017 12:03:17
We were there for the gender analysis: #HRHForum2017
The Fourth Global Forum on Human Resources for Health was held from the 13-17 November 2017 in Dublin. This is a round-up of the gender content.