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News & Updates
Members receive two newsletters per week in their inbox with announcements on gender-related events, career or funding opportunities, new resources, and news from around the world that have been submitted by IGWG members.
See below for the latest happening in the IGWG.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone worldwide and is intensifying existing inequalities, particularly those based on gender. Such inequalities create additional burdens for women, girls, and other marginalized groups. The majority of caregivers and health care workers around the world are women and girls, and they are and will continue to face additional burdens due to gender inequality and as a result of their roles...Read More
COVID-19 health crisis has exacerbated gender inequalities, including women’s and girls’ existing economic vulnerabilities, leaving many at heightened risk of poor reproductive health outcomes and GBV.Read More
As efforts to engage men and boys in gender-related work increase, it’s important to maintain the best practices and principles learned from the past two decades of programming. This two-page resource brings together practices and lessons learned for male engagement across health areas and is intended to guide decisionmaking about programs, policy, media coverage, research, and funding priorities. Read More
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we reached out to the IGWG community of gender champions for nominations of women-led organizations helping to promote gender equality and empower women. In this Special Update, we are thrilled to share with you the results of this endeavor. The organizations highlighted here best represent the type of gender equality efforts the IGWG seeks to promote. Thank you to all...Read More
Rose Wilcher, co-chair of the Interagency Gender Working Group’s Gender-Based Violence Task Force, recently spoke with Rachel Jewkes, Consortium Director of the What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls Global Programme. What Works, a program funded by the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID) from December 2013 through March 2020, worked in 13 countries across Africa and Asia to build the evidence...Read More