Search Resources (English): Gender-based analysis, Atlantic Centre of Excellence for Womens' Health (ACEWH)

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From recognition to action: gender-based analysis and mainstreaming in HIV/AIDS

Argues that a gender-based analysis framework is needed to evaluate responses to the HIV pandemic's gender dimensions.

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Published: 2006
An invisible epidemic: the implications of gender neutrality for managing HIV/AIDS in low-incidence countries

Discusses the role of gender in the HIV/AIDS pandemic and calls for amended health care and social policy responses to the needs and experiences of women and men.

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Published: 2006
Gender equity lens resource document

Provides an annotated bibliography that references and describes a variety of information sources relating to MCEWH's gender equity lens project.

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Published: 1999
Lessons from the field: policy makers and gender-based analysis tools in Canada

Studies the development and uptake of the federal government's policy to conduct gender-based analysis on all its policies and legislation.

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Published: 1998
The changing face of HIV/AIDS in Canada: the rising risk for women
Presents general information on HIV/AIDS statistics among women in Canada. (See Details)
Gender-based analysis and HIV/AIDS: checklist
Argues for the use of gender-based analysis as a framework for analysing and developing HIV/AIDS policies, programs and research. Provides a GBA checklist. (See Details)
The gender factor: why we should be concerned about gender when we work on issues of HIV/AIDS
Aruges for a gender-based analysis of HIV/AIDS work, as the pandemic is fuelled by gender-based factors such as poverty, inequality, and power imbalances between women and men, girls and boys. (See Details)
Gender and HIV/AIDS: the nuts and bolts of gender-based analysis
Presents five health and community care programs that could benefit from gender-based analysis. (See Details)
Published: 2005
Gender and HIV/AIDS programme: promoting a gender-based approach to HIV and AIDS policies, progarmmes and research
Argues that HIV/AIDS is a gender-based epidemic, and details the reasons for this. (See Details)
Made to measure: executive summaries
Contains the executive summaries of the synthesis papers prepared for the National Symposium "Made to Measure: Designing Research, Policy and Action Approaches to Eliminate Gender Inequity" held October 3-6, 1999 in Halifax, NS.
Published: 1999