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Tuesday, 20 October 2020
The impacts of COVID-19 on women living with HIV and using drugs in Nepal: a report on community-based, participatory action research

ASRU's director, Rebecca Hodes, in collaboration with the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition, has co-authored the first-known programming and advocacy report to capture the impacts of COVID-19 from the perspectives of women living with HIV and using drugs.  

Publication Date:
Fri, 16 Oct 2020 - 09:30
Title: ASRU wins UCT's Social Responsiveness Award for 2020

The AIDS and Society Research Unit (ASRU) was awarded the Social Responsiveness Award this year, in recognition of the social impacts of the Mzantsi Wakho study

Publication Date:
Mon, 12 Oct 2020 - 00:15
The CSSR notes with great sadness the death of Professor James Jackson

Professor James Jackson, formerly of the University of Michigan in the USA. James was director of the Institute for Social Research at Michigan from 2005 to 2015. Like his predecessor, David Featherman, James was a strong supporter of and friend to the CSSR. In 2010, James flew from the USA to Cape Town to participate in the second institutional review of the CSSR. James himself was a pioneer in quantitative research into the lives of black Americans, including on their migration within the USA or from other parts of the world (including the Caribbean) to the USA. For more on James’ remarkable life and career, see this 2014 conversation.

Publication Date:
Mon, 07 Sep 2020 - 05:30
Womxn as Citizens or Caregivers?

Given what we know about the inequalities in paid and unpaid work both before and during the Covid-19 pandemic, Elena Moore, in the article highlights the degree to which one key area of the Covid-19 emergency packages, the eligibility requirements to apply for the Covid-19 grant, fails to integrate gender rights into the redistribution of resources.


Publication Date:
Thu, 13 Aug 2020 - 15:30