Tag: gender and intersectionality

Webinar: An Intersectional and Gendered Approach to Health and Wellbeing in Informal Settlements

Following on from the rich discussion at the ‘Actors and alliances to transform health and wellbeing in cities’ satellite session at the Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Bogota, the ARISE and CHORUS consortia hosted a joint webinar to discuss the importance of employing an intersectional and gendered lens when looking at health and…

CHORUS Case Study: The Influence of Changing Gender and Social Norms on Health Seeking Behaviour and Health Systems in Cities

This case study is based on one of the CHORUS ICUH 2022 sessions titled ‘How are Changing Gender and Social Norms Influencing Health Seeking Behaviour and Health Systems in Cities in West Africa and South Asia?’. Presentations used early CHORUS findings to look at how gender interacts with other social stratifies to affect health-seeking behaviour in poor urban areas.

Gender and Intersectionality Webinar – 10 January 2022

by Samina Huque, ARK Foundation A webinar was arranged on ‘Gender and Intersectionality Planning” on 10th January 2022.  The objective of the webinar was to provide guidance on using the gender and intersectionality framework (CHORUS’ Gender and Intersectionality Guide) to reflect on the data collection and to further shape the health systems intervention to be…