There was a striking gender divide in Australia’s international student data in year one of the pandemic. Women were more likely both to enrol and to succeed in their studies.
Thanks to the public events and the scholarly engagement with her life and work, Charlotte Maxeke has become one of the most visible South African women from the 19th and 20th centuries.
Sex is not gender but research continues to treat these as the same concept, with potentially damaging consequences for health studies, health policies and health programs.
What’s needed is to embed gender analysis in all parts of the government.