Women’s Health and Gender Inequalities – Podcast series trailer

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World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “Women’s Health and Gender Inequalities – Podcast series trailer” – below is their description.

Listen to the podcast: www.bmj.com/gender

WHO, UN University – International Institute of Global Health and the British Medical Journal have teamed up to produce a special series of podcasts celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action on Women: a visionary agenda advancing the goals of human rights, gender equality and health for all women and girls, everywhere.

Hosted by WHO’s Vismita Gupta-Smith, the series brings together experts and activists in politics, research and advocacy, sharing experiences, advice and aspirations.

Learn more about WHO’s work improving women’s health and gender equality: www.who.int/initiatives/beijing25

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