The study unveils a significant occurrence of sexual violence among recently arrived asylum-seeking women in France, especially notable among those who had previously experienced sexual violence. It underscores the heightened risk linked to the absence of support for accommodation.
This study identifies a set of markers associated with aging in women, and uses them to create an "aging clock" that can measure a person's biological age. The clock reveals distinct aging patterns and suggests that hormone replacement therapy can slow down some aspects of aging.
Background: Gender-based disparities in health-care are common and can affect access to care.
As artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning become increasingly embedded in recruiting and hiring processes, employers must be aware of the potential discrimination risks these tools can pose. This article relates to SDGs 5, 8, and 10
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Patterns, Volume 4, 10 November 2023

Contextualizes discussions about future rights for AI agents in the context of the women rights and other civil rights movements. Brandeis Marshall, a leading voice in ethical and equitable AI, argues that we must focus first on building a social framework for AI that protects humans and their rights.
This chapter aligns with SDG Goal 5: Gender equality and Goal 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure by exploring how to impactfully develop industries like sea cucumber aquaculture to empower women's growth within the industry.
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The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health, Volume 7, October 2023

From setting research priorities to developing research outputs, Sinéad Rhodes’ work involves coproduction with children, parents, teachers, and clinicians. Rhodes has received numerous awards for her public engagement work, including a Royal Society of Edinburgh medal for Innovation in Public Engagement and the Tam Dalyell Prize for Excellence in Engaging the Public with Science, which recognise her commitment to public engagement within her own research and beyond.
The increased exposure to violence and sexual crimes among Indigenous women, girls, and Two Spirit people results from longstanding historical trauma and anti-Indigenous racism. The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit People (MMIWG2S) movement emerged as a result of the need for governments and organisations in the USA and Canada to act against acute violence towards Indigenous people
This Article supports SDG 5 by analysing gender and ethnicity trends in authorship in two leading UK medical journals. With regard to gender, the study finds that the proportion of women first and last authors has increased significantly in the past two decades, making progress towards equity in both journals.
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Reproductive BioMedicine Online, Available online 12 October 2023, 103600

This article ties with climate action and reproductive medicine, as it is a reflexion on healthcare carbon footprint especially the IVF laboratories.

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