Engage with GENDRO
Join GENDRO and empower change in global health research
At GENDRO, we believe in your power to drive positive change. Join our global community to eliminate gender biases in health research and data analysis. Endorse our Consensus Statements and Call for Action, elevating sex and gender considerations on the global health agenda, or adopt the SAGER guidelines. Together, let’s make an impact in creating a more inclusive and equitable research ecosystem.
Gender, Evidence, and Health Network (GEH)
GEH Network is a vibrant global think tank uniting individuals, organizations, and experts from around the globe committed to advancing gender-responsive health research, policy, and practice. Our dynamic Network convenes quarterly, offering a platform for collaboration, knowledge exchange, and collective action. Together, we strive towards a common goal: eliminating the gender gap in evidence for global health.
Consensus Statement: Towards a Gender-Responsive International Pandemic Instrument
Join our coalition advocating for gender equality and human rights in the new international pandemic instrument. As the gendered impact of COVID-19 becomes evident, we stress the importance of a gender-responsive and human rights-informed international pandemic framework. Explore how we’re urging Member States to reaffirm their commitments to gender equality and human rights, ensuring an equitable and inclusive global health response to future pandemics.
Call for Action: Gender-Responsive Research in light of COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic disproportionately affects women and marginalized groups, sparking a renewed call for enhanced gender-responsive research. Join us in prioritizing gender equality, health equity, and human rights. By challenging the status quo of the research ecosystem and advocating for the systematic integration of sex and gender dimensions, alongside other intersectional factors, into research, we pave the way for evidence-based interventions promoting gender equality and health equity. Act now for a more gender-responsive and inclusive evidence generation.