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Gender JeopardyTesting knowledge on gender mainstreaming in health Based on core concepts and tools introduced in workshops using the WHO Gender Mainstreaming Manual for Health Managers: a practical approach. This game is based on the adaption of Jeopardy used in the UN Staff College Human Rights Training Courses.


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Biological and physiological characteristics such as reproductive organs, chromosomes, hormones, etc.

Sex

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Norms, roles and relationships of and between women and men.

Gender

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Passed from generation to generation through the process of socialization to teach men and women how they should be.

Gender norms

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Refers to what men and women can and should do according to society (in the household, community and workplace).

Gender roles

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Process through which girls and boys learn about gender norms, roles and relations - and what it means to be a man or a woman.

Socialization

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The ultimate goal of gender mainstreaming.

Gender equality

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Two types of policies or programmes to avoid.

Gender unequal and gender blind.

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Policies or programmes that address harmful gender norms, roles and relations and promote gender equality.

Gender transformative

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Needs identified through an analysis of gender inequality and its impact on women and men of different groups.

Strategic gender needs

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Ensures that organizational procedures and mechanisms do not reinforce patterns of gender inequality.

Institutional gender mainstreaming

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Basic ingredient for gender analysis.

Sex disaggregated data

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Money, credit, loans, land, other assets

Economic resources

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A tool to analyse health problems from a gender perspective through the interaction between gender and health related considerations.

The WHO Gender Analysis Matrix

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Daily double

The ability to decide when, how and who can use resources.

Control over resources

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Included among the health-related considerations of the WHO Gender Analysis Matrix, these factors are associated with the development of disease or illness but are not sufficient to cause it.

Risk factors

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Method to uncover how gender inequality affects health and well-being.

Gender analysis in health

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Process to help people to gain control over their lives.

Empowerment

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Tool comprised of critical questions to use when conducting a gender analysis of a health problem.

WHO Gender Analysis Questions

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Equal chances or opportunities for women and men to access and control social, economic and political resources.

Gender equality

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Needs defined by women (or men) that respond to immediate necessities such as adequate living conditions, water provision, health care and employment.

Practical gender needs

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Women can bear children

Sex

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Men tend to have higher mortality rates as a result of road traffic injuries.

Gender

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Sexually transmitted infections are asymptomatic for longer periods in women than in men.

Sex

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Respiratory disease burden is higher in women, especially in mid and low income countries.

Sex and gender

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Women tend to live longer than men in most countries and regions.

Sex and gender

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What is Integrating gender analysis and actions into the work of WHO?

The WHO Gender Mainstreaming Strategy

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This international document, agreed upon in 1995, includes chapters on Women's Health and Violence against Women.

The Beijing Platform for Action

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Which human rights treaty is dedicated to eliminating discrimination against women and girls?

The Convention for the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW)

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True or false?

The right to health means the right to be healthy.

False

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1Millennium Development Goal 3 aims to …

Promote gender equality and empower women

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Gender jeopardy finale

Complete this slogan:

No more gender words without …

gender actions!

Gender Jeopardy Finale


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