Women and ChemicalsTile
Women and men are impacted differently by chemicals and through different routes. Their bodies are differently succeptible to chemicals. They have other experiences of dealing with sources of exposure, different priorities, responsibilities and needs relating to the reduction of toxic chemicals and wastes. In many countries women and men often have different levels of access to participation, decision making, information, education or justice and face different constraints in their efforts to improve their environment and living conditions. They can also play different roles in making decisions about pollution prevention, waste management, identification of sources of chemical exposure, and building safer environment for communities. HEJSupport supports women as agents of change to achieve a toxic-free future for women, children and men.
- Women and Environments International Magazine 11.12.2017 - HEJSupport is happy to announce a new issue of Women and Environments International magazine (WEI) on Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining: Women and Health. The issue is available on-line at: http://www.yorku.ca/weimag/ Many of the contributors are from countries that are seriously affected by gold and other primary metal mining. Their stories are emotional, caring and ... Read More