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The Routes
Posted on February 5, 2016 by Routes
by Divya Trivedi.

A study of the responses to suicides by Dalit and other marginalised students in higher educational institutions in India throws up a disturbing picture of a deeply casteist society. Not just the government, but the college administrations, the police, the health
Aarti Salve
09 Feb 2016
Notes from a Panel Discussion on ‘Mainstreaming Gender in Undergraduate Medical Teaching and Learning’
This was a session held during the training of trainers for GME held in Mumbai. The objective of this session was the sharing of experiences of incorporating gender and rights perspective in Medical Education. The panellists who joined us were Dr. KamaxiBhate, Dr. PadmajaSamant and Dr. RajaniJagtap. The discussion was being moderated by Ms. Renu Khanna.

The first question put forward to the panelists was about how they have
Rituparna Dutta
03 Aug 2015
What is CEHAT’s GME Project all about? A brief Introduction! by Cehat Team

In 2002, the World Health Organization (WHO) committed to promoting gender equality and equity in health by making gender considerations an integral part of “pre service training curricula” of health care practitioners (Department of Gender, 2006) . A consultative meeting was subsequently convened by WHO’s department of Gender, Women and Health in view of the centr

Rituparna Dutta
31 Jul 2015
Medical Education with a Gender Sensitive Lens

The WHO’s states that the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition. During the mid-late 1990’s gender and social role became variables of social analysis that explain recurring social, institutional and structural disadvantage to women. It became clear that, unless structural adjustment and heal

Rituparna Dutta
14 Jan 2015



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