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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.


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. reproductive organs, chromosomes, hormones, etc.

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. norms, roles and relations - and what it means to be a man or a woman.

Gender equality

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Two types of policies or programmes to avoid. norms, roles and relations - and what it means to be a man or a woman.

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. reinforce patterns of gender inequality.

Sex disaggregated data

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Money, credit, loans, land, other assets reinforce patterns of gender inequality.

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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The ability to decide when, how and who can use resources. through the interaction between gender and health related considerations.

Control over resources

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Included among the through the interaction between gender and health related considerations. 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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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 a gender analysis of a health problem.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 necessities such as adequate living conditions, water provision, health care and employment.

Sex

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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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What is regions. 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? discrimination against women and girls?

The right to health means the right to be healthy.

False

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1 discrimination against women and girls? Millennium Development Goal 3 aims to …

Promote gender equality and empower women

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Gender jeopardy finale

Complete this slogan: discrimination against women and girls?

No more gender words without …

gender actions!

Gender Jeopardy Finale


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