What the world can learn from Hawaii’s feminist economic recovery plan

By Marissa Conway “Rather than rush to rebuild the status quo of inequality, we should encourage a deep structural transition to an economy that better values the work we know is essential to sustaining us.” -Building Bridges, Not Walking on Backs All around the world, governments have grappled with timely and impactful responses to the COVID-19 pandemic that keep the economy afloat and people safe. … Continue reading What the world can learn from Hawaii’s feminist economic recovery plan

Strengthening health care and gender equality through better collaborations

By Dr. Sylvia Sax Health systems all over the world are failing to meet the needs of the people they serve, especially those women who are most reliant on health services.  My work as a Global Health consultant has exposed me to how women suffer from lack of reliable, effective and efficient healthcare services, most often not designed to meet their needs.  I undertook my … Continue reading Strengthening health care and gender equality through better collaborations