Gender-based analysis

Gender-based analysis

Women and water

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English
Owning Org: 
Canadian Women's Health Network (CWHN)
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Author: 
Signy Gerrard
Edition: 
Vol.12 No.1
Publisher: 
Canadian Women's Health Network
Publication Date: 
Fall/Winter 2009/2010
Publication Place: 
Winnipeg, MB

Outlines the research being done by the National Network on Environments and Women's Health (NNEWH) on women's relationship to our most essential resource.  The author looks at the NNEWH's website www.womenandwater.ca , a research initiative on women and water in Canada exploring Canadian water issues and the implications for women's health.

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ISSN 14800039

Understanding stigma through a gender lens

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Translated Title: 
La stigmatisation à la lumière d’une perspective sexospécifique
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Canadian Women's Health Network (CWHN)
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Paper
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Author: 
Carolyn Shimmin
Edition: 
Vol.11, No. 2
Publisher: 
Network/LeRèseau
Publication Date: 
2009
Publication Place: 
Winnipeg, MB

Expalins how women and men experience and apply stigma differently.

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14800039

The global epidemic of tobacco use among women and girls

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English
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Canadian Women's Health Network (CWHN)
Centres of Excellence for Womens Health (CEWH)
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Paper
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Author: 
Lorraine Greaves
Natasha Jategaonkar
Sara Sanchez
Edition: 
Vol. 9, N. 3/4
Publisher: 
Network/Le Réseau
Publication Date: 
Spring/Summer 2007
Publication Place: 
Winnipeg, MB

Discusses how gender-based policies can help limit the spread of tobacco use among girls and women and improve their lives.

The Children’s Fitness Tax Credit : Less than meets the eye

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English
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Canadian Women's Health Network (CWHN)
Centres of Excellence for Womens Health (CEWH)
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Paper
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Author: 
Sheila Block
Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario
Edition: 
Vol. 9, N. 3/4
Publisher: 
Network/Le Réseau
Publication Date: 
Spring/Summer 2007
Publication Place: 
Winnipeg, MB

Discusses The Children's Fitness Tax Credit, which was announced in the 2006 Federal budget, and asks who does this tax credit include, and who is left out? The article also asks, will this tax credit work?

Women and Private Health Insurance : A Review of the Issues

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English
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Canadian Women's Health Network (CWHN)
Centres of Excellence for Womens Health (CEWH)
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Women and Health Care Reform
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Vol. 10, N. 1
Publisher: 
Network/Le Réseau
Publication Date: 
Fall/Winter 2007
Publication Place: 
Winnipeg, MB

Discusses what would be the impact of private health insurance on women and their families.

Timely Access to Care : Exploring the Gender Dimensions

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English
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Canadian Women's Health Network (CWHN)
Centres of Excellence for Womens Health (CEWH)
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Paper
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Author: 
Margaret Haworth-Brockman
Women and Health Care Reform
Edition: 
Vol. 10, N. 1
Publisher: 
Network/Le Réseau
Publication Date: 
Fall/Winter 2007
Publication Place: 
Winnipeg, MB

Discusses the Women and Health Care Reform workshop with provincial and federal health planners and policy makers in March of 2007 to about how gender-based analysis can be used to better understand the concepts of wait times and how they affect women.

Long-term care homes legislation : Lessons from Ontario

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Canadian Women's Health Network (CWHN)
Centres of Excellence for Womens Health (CEWH)
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Author: 
Bev Baines
Edition: 
Vol. 10, N. 1
Publisher: 
Network/Le Réseau
Publication Date: 
Fall/Winter 2007
Publication Place: 
Winnipeg, MB

Looks at why gender matters when discussing long-term care homes using the Ontario Legislature's 2007 Long-term Care Homes Act as an example.

Feeling the heat: Women’s health in a changing climate

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English
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Canadian Women's Health Network (CWHN)
Centres of Excellence for Womens Health (CEWH)
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Author: 
Kirsty Duncan
Edition: 
Vol. 10, N. 2
Publisher: 
Network/Le Réseau
Publication Date: 
Spring/Summer 2008
Publication Place: 
Winnipeg, MB

Discusses the importance of gender issues when addressing climate change. Women and girls represent half of the world's population and are likely to experience very different health impacts compared to men and boys. Women are generally poorer than men and more dependent than men on primary resources that are threatened by changes in climate.

Culturally Relevant Gender-based Analysis: A tool to promote equity

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Canadian Women's Health Network (CWHN)
Centres of Excellence for Womens Health (CEWH)
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Author: 
Erin Wolski
Edition: 
Vol. 11, N. 1
Publisher: 
Network/Le Réseau
Publication Date: 
Fall/Winter 2008/2009
Publication Place: 
Winnipeg, MB

Discusses how the need to restore the value of Aboriginal gendered roles has motivated the development of culturally relevant gender-based analysis or CRGBA. Takes a look at the Native Women's Association of Canada's CRGBA framework, a learning tool for use by anyone involved in policy, program or project development.

Climate change and Canada: An untapped opportunity to advance gender equality?

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English
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Canadian Women's Health Network (CWHN)
Centres of Excellence for Womens Health (CEWH)
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Paper
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Author: 
Jimena Eyzaguirre
Edition: 
Vol. 11, N. 1
Publisher: 
Network/Le Réseau
Publication Date: 
Fall/Winter 2008/2009
Publication Place: 
Winnipeg, MB

Discusses why gender must be addressed in climate change policy. Looks at how establishing goals and priorities in climate protection requires the insights and expertise of both men and women, how preferences and abilities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions differ between Canadian men and women, that the vulnerability of women to the impacts of climate change tend to to be different from that of men, and how governments are responsible for ensuring the fair distribtuion of benefits of climate policy and programs.

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