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Connecting gender and ageing: a sociological approach
Challenges the assumption that gender can be treated as static ober the life course, highlighting the differential social effects of ageing on women's and men's roles, relationships and identity.
Published: 1995
The gender and disaster sourcebook  
http://www.gdnonline.org/sourcebook/
Provides international resources on the gender dimensions of disaster risk management, designed for policy makers, practitioners and researchers. (See Details)
Published: 2005
Women and tobacco: background discussion paper and literature review: part II of a workng document for the second national works
Focuses on recent review articles, key documents provided by Health Canada and example research studies and program evaluations to highlight the issues discussed.
Published: 1995
Gender and health: from research to policy. Considering gender as a modifiable health determinant
Examines conceptual, theoretical, and methodological issues, to better understand gender, and its relation to health and health determinants.
Published: 1997
Proceedings of the Research Round Table on Gender and Workplace Health, June 22-23, 1992, Ottawa, Canada
Presents the proceedings (in fuller text versions of presentations) from the Research Round Table on Gender and Workplace Health, intended as a response to concerns about the underdevelopment of occupational health research that included or focussed on women. Reproduces the discussions of participants on their concepts of and experiences in research, in education, and in policy development and implementation concerning women and work. Includes discussion of topics such as risk factors for specific occupations, irregular work, substance use/abuse and the workplace, AIDS and the workplace, work and family responsibilities, occupational exposures and reproductive health, mental health and workplace stress, vulnerable groups, and workplace solutions. Also summarizes research priorities in women's occupational health that were identified from the discussions.
Published: 1992
Not separate, still unequal: the Beijing Agreement and the feminization of HIV/AIDS  
http://www.iwhc.org/resources/asmapril2005.cfm
Explains how full implementation of the Beijing agreement on women's health and rights would dramatically reduce women's and girls' disproportionate vulnerability to HIV/AIDS worldwide. (See Details)
Published: 2005
Gender, environment and health: incorporating a gender approach in environmental health work
Presents an introduction to a gender perspective in environmental health. Explores how men and women interact with their respective biophysical environments, and how their gendered spheres of activity protect their health or place it at risk. Also aims to further our knowledge as to how biological differences between the sexes can produce different health outcomes among men and women when exposed to the same environmental hazard.
Gender for journalists  
http://www.cpu.org.uk/cpu-toolkits/gender_reporting/index.html
Provides journalists with an understanding of gender issues, and of the roles and responsibilities of women and men in society, so that their reporting will be accurate and gender sensitive. (See Details)
Published: 2006?
International trade: putting gender into the process: initiatives and lessons learned  
http://www.swc-cfc.gc.ca/pubs/0662661974/index_e.html
Examines domestic consultative mechanisms for the development of international trade policy, and reviews efforts taken to integrate gender issues into international trade negotiations both nationally and internationally. (See Details)
Published: 2000
Women, vulnerability and HIV/AIDS: a human rights perspective
Provides a national gender perspective regarding women and HIV/AIDS, as well as sexual and reproductive health, sexuality, the sex trade, gender and AIDS, prevention strategies, and a variety of women's experiences discussing thier forms of action and intervention.
Published: 1998