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Research outputs: GENDER EQUALITY
2017 Gender, age, religion and positive mental health among adolescents in a Ghanaian socio-cultural context
Against the backdrop of scant research on the relationship between sociodemographic characteristics and positive mental health in Ghana, the...
Gender inequality in the workplace continues to be one of the most challenging issues to deal with in South African society where patriarchy...
2016 What has variability got to do with it?: explaining gender achievement gaps among African primary school students
There has been a global increase in the number of girls studying mathematics but women still remain underrepresented in the scientific workf...
2016 Gender power inequalities in the context of HIV/AIDS among South African Indians in an urban setting in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
A lot of studies on gender power dynamics in relation to HIV in South Africa focus on the high risk African Black population, and little att...Download this report