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[Correspondence] Equity in the gender equality movement in global health

In recent years, social media campaigns aiming to showcase women working at the forefront of global health have resulted in lists like 300 Women Leaders in Global Health.1 This movement inspired a global organisation called Women in Global Health (WGH) that promotes gender equality in global health leadership. The momentum and support of this movement are spreading with multiple initiatives to acknowledge, research, and act on gender bias and discrimination in the field of global health, including The Lancet’s call for papers for a special issue on women in science, medicine, and global health to explore best practices for change.