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Gender equity in India’s medical education is still out of reach
A review of five subjects in the undergraduate medical education curriculum found that they do a poor job of integrating the social determinants of health. Perhaps the most notable absence is issues pertaining to violence against women, given domestic violence is today recognised as a public health issue.
Sangeeta Rege, Ajinkya Deshmukh,
24 Oct 2021
The Wire.in
MUKTA: A journey from dark to dawn – A doctor’s experience of responding to violence against women in India
Project implemented by Miraj Medical College in collaboration with the Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes and the World Health Organization Mukta means to be free from all restrictions, free to live one’s own life, with one’s principles and without any domination. After working on the MUKTA project for about a year, we felt it was time to share something about our contribution.
Jyoti Rokade
10 Jun 2021
Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI)
Why are sex-selective abortions still prevalent in India?
A video giving information on sex-selective abortions, by Mary John a Professor with Centre for Women's Development Studies.
Mary John
31 Jul 2020
The Swaddle
The history of India's skewed sex ratio
A video giving information on India's skewed sex ratio, by Mary John a Professor with Centre for Women's Development Studies.
Mary John
29 Jul 2020
The Swaddle
Gender Equality and Women’s Human Rights: Essential in Achieving Sustainable Development in Small island Developing States and Globally
The WMG advocates at this meeting affirm the inclusion of gender equality in the regional outcomes statements and call for further strengthening in the Interregional statement, calling for the inclusion of gender equality and women's rights as one of the explicit goals of the Outcome statement.
Women’s Major Group .
10 Jun 2013
Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform – UNHQ
Engaging Men and Boys for Gender Equality and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
This tool is a living document that provides guidance on good partnership practices that promote strong relationships between civil society organizations and government representatives on engaging men and boys in gender equality and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). Its goal is to strengthen these partnerships in order to enable the scale up and/or institutionalization of evidence-based approaches to engaging men and boys. This tool is not meant to be a comprehensive ‘how to’ on
Promundo Global
01 Jan 2017
Promundo Global



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