wapppHKSRobert Livingston, Lecturer in Public Policy at the Harvard @Kennedy_School, advocates for the power of human connection and conversation in addressing systemic racism + creating social change.
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wapppHKSJoin us TODAY for our weekly Gender & Politics seminar, “Corporate Board Quotas and Gender Equality Policies in the Workplace” with @anacweeks!
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⏰ 12-1 pm
wapppHKSWAPPP Fellow @SasserModestino discusses her latest research on gender bias in the field of economics, presenting evidence that may explain women's underrepresentation in the profession.
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wapppHKS#GenderActionPortal Summary: A program in India that provided female students with access to bicycles improved school access and increased secondary school enrollment for girls, narrowing the gender gap in secondary school enrollment overall.
wapppHKS"Gender has to be central to building back better. We need radical impatience from young people, women, people who care about equality - we have to make leaders respond in the right way.” — WAPPP Leader in Practice @phumzileunwomen
📖 Full article here: t.co/qVq7DpDfiM
GCWSatMIT. @wapppHKS hosts "Violence against Women in Politics".
@mlkrook argues violence against women in politics is a distinct form of harm to attack and undermine women as political actors. Event on 3/11! t.co/zTI8XrzBYB
wapppHKS"If you can get people to believe in their power and their agency, it becomes harder to oppress those folks. It is hard to tell them that they don’t have a voice.” — WAPPP Leader in Practice @MsLaToshaBrown
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wapppHKSThe #GenderActionPortal celebrates #BlackHistoryMonth by sharing actionable interventions that advance both gender & racial equity. This study examines the “double jeopardy” faced by Black women. This refers to how Black women are doubly penalized for their gender and race.
wapppHKS"For many women with young children, taking on more responsibilities at work means their responsibilities at home need to decrease. And for that to happen, men need to step up – and be encouraged to do so." — @IvonaHideg
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