IAU and UOC (Open University of Catalonia) organised a joint webinar on: Exploring the nexus between health, equity, and gender on the 7th of June from 12.00 to 13.30 (CEST) Paris time.
In the context of the IAU HESD Cluster for SDG 3: Good Health and Wellbeing, this webinar discussed at the factors that might affect equity and equal access and outcomes to health, to ensure that everyone can lead healthy lives and realise their full potential. This webinar explored some of these factors based on current research, anchoring them in their specific geographical contexts, and ignited areas for further exploration. Speakers began by setting the context looking at inequity and health more widely and provided an overview of their specific area of work and expertise. They then explored gender inequity more specifically. Furthermore, they looked at how e-health, as an emerging mechanism of delivery is affecting equity more widely, and gender equity more specifically.
- Lídia Arroyo, Sociologist, Researcher on Gender and ICT at Open University of Catalonia, Spain
- Edward Bichetero, Senior Technical Officer of Data Science and Informatics at Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Support (METS) Program at Makerere University, Uganda
- Hannah Dahlen, Professor of Midwifery, Associate Dean Research and HDR and Midwifery at Western Sydney University, Australia
- Retna Siwi, Faculty member at the Division of Public Health at Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
- Opening: Hilligje Vant’Land, IAU Secretary General
- Closing: Marta Aymerich, Vice President for Strategic Planning and Research at UOC
- Moderator: Gemma Marfany, Professor of Biology /Genetics at the University of Barcelona