Our research shows

To what extent do organisations promote gender equality through their operations and within the workplace?

Among the 198 organisations we reviewed:
Commit to gender equality to benefit the health of all people
0%
Define gender in a way that is consistent with global norms
0%
Mention gender in their programme and strategy documents
0%
Report sex-disaggregated data on programmatic delivery
0%
Have specific targets or measures to support women’s career pathways
0%
Are headed by women
0%
Reach gender parity in senior management
0%
Board chairs are women
0%
Are governed by bodies with gender parity
0%
Global Health 50/50 wants to fast-forward the pace of change to make global health more gender equal. It works through three streams:

Empowering a GH5050 policy community

Agree, but it is not always about #norms putting pressure on men to *take* risks (like smoking) but also that norms entail greater *exposure* to risk (like occupation). Norms also impact on health-seeking behavior & responses of health care providers.
@pbmenshealth @MikaHild https://t.co/At3mD5I7JG

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