Putting intersectionality into practice in health systems research: Learning from Future Health Systems

Kate Hawkins and Linda Waldman , 2018

Through a combination of a small grants programme, online and face-to-face capacity development interventions, the creation of practical tools to guide researchers, and academic publishing, Research in Gender and Ethics (RinGs): Building Stronger Health Systems has increased the ability of individuals to reflect on gender and intersectionality and to apply this learning. This brief explores how the concept and theory of intersectionality has impacted the work within Future Health Systems, one of four Research Project Consortia (RPCs) that is within the RinGs partnership.

Policy brief | Cross-cutting