Involving all genders in gender equality: a conversation with Jason Tan De Bibiana of Next Gen Men

Leading up to International Women's Day on March 8th, Women in Global Health wanted to highlight how gender equality affects everyone and it is beneficial to all for us to achieve it within global health leadership. Along this thinking, Women in Global Health set out to interview a few Male Champions on their views on gender equality and how they are addressing it within their own networks. Jason Tan De Bibiana is co-founder and Program Coordinator of Next Gen Men, a Canadian youth-led, nonprofit organization focused on building better men through youth and peer engagement, education, and empowerment. You can learn more about Next Gen Men through their Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds.

Men Engaging in the Gender Equality discussion: a conversation with Dr. Tobias Denskus of Malmö Univ

Leading up to International Women's Day on March 8th, Women in Global Health wanted to highlight how gender equality affects everyone and it is beneficial to all for us to achieve it within global health leadership. Along this thinking, Women in Global Health set out to interview a few Male Champions on their views on gender equality and how they are addressing it within their own networks. Dr. Tobias Denskus is a Senior Lecturer in Communication for Development in the School of Arts and Communication at Malmö University in Sweden and is active in gender equality conversations on Twitter. Read on to see our conversation with Dr. Denskus. [Women in Global Health]: In what ways have you notice

Director of Harvard Global Health Institute, Dr. Ashish Jha on gender equity in medicine and health

Leading up to International Women's Day on March 8th, Women in Global Health wanted to highlight how gender equality affects everyone and it is beneficial to all for us to achieve it within global health leadership. Along this thinking, Women in Global Health set out to interview a few Male Champions on their views on gender equality and how they are addressing it within their own networks. Dr. Ashish Jha is the Director of the Harvard Global Health Institute and has researched differences in care by female and male physicians, as well as making a commitment not to have an 'all male panel' in any of his institute's events. Read on to see our conversation with Dr. Jha. [Women in Global Health

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