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Public lectures: what's gender and sex got to do with health?
Showcases some of the research contributions by Alberta-based scientists for the Institute of Gender and Health.
Published: 2003
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
Annotated bibliography: gender, HIV/AIDS and development
Compiles key online resources that describe the current understanding of, and responses to, the effects of gender on HIV/AIDS at the international level. (See Details)
Published: 2005
When women count: resource manual on unpaid work
Analyses women's unpaid work and how unpaid work fits into the context of our lives.
Published: 1999
Gender inclusive health planning project: interim report
Provides an analysis of data collected, through key informant interviews, participant observation, and a documentary review.
Published: 1999
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. The fifth national health research policy conference proceedings
Provides a compilation of resources including organizations, papers and research on health research policy.
Published: 1997
Increasing gender inputs into Canadian international trade policy positions at the WTO
Indicates that gender issues in the trade negotiation process have been minimal to date at both the WTO and within Canada’s trade policy development process. (See Details)
Published: 2005
Feminist organizing for change: the contemporary women's movement in Canada
Documents and analyses the struggle of the contemporary Canadian women's movement to make change. Provides a detailed history of the 'second wave' (post 1960); it makes a primary distinction between grass-roots and institutionalized feminism, and by emphasizing the former, the authors reveal a part of feminist organizing that has most often been invisible. This historical and theoretical grounding provides the basis of the authors focus on the practices, ideology, organizations, and strategies of the movement itself. The book includes an extensive bibliography and a selection of previously unpublished documents on the Canadian women's movement.
Published: 1988
International trade: putting gender into the process: initiatives and lessons learned
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