wapppHKS“More than a quarter of the world's citizens are in physical pain,” says WAPPP Research Fellow @lucia_macchia. “It is thus one of the most important phenomena to understand.”
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wapppHKSJoin us TODAY for our weekly seminar “Interpersonal Consequences of Ableism: What Happens When People with Disabilities Confront Patronizing Help?” with Dr. Katie Wang of @YaleSPH
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🗓 Oct. 21
⏰ 12-1 pm
wapppHKSIn Georgia, the responsibility fell to Black women to increase voter turnout in the state in the 2020 election, including former WAPPP Leader in Practice @MsLaToshaBrown of Black Voters Matter.
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wapppHKSCheck out this profile of WAPPP Research Fellow Elif Demiral Saglam! In her research, Saglam uses behavioral and experimental methods to recommend evidence-based strategies that promote equal and bias-free opportunities for women and men.
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Kennedy_SchoolHKS's @maya_sen says President Biden’s Supreme Court commission is stacked with people who have benefited from the current system and who have much to lose by criticizing it too harshly t.co/wQiIU8jVOp
wapppHKSJoin us TODAY for an info session on "From Harvard Square to the Oval Office," our non-partisan political training program. We'll be discussing details of the program and will share details about the application process.
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wapppHKS“The coronavirus pandemic has exposed the previously invisible link between childcare and the economy, causing employers to come up with new solutions to support working parents," says WAPPP Research Fellow Alicia @SasserModestino
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wapppHKSIn this week’s seminar, Dr. Katie Wang of @YaleSPH discusses how gender and disability status interact to shape the consequences of rejecting patronizing help for people with disabilities.
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🗓 Oct. 21
⏰ 12-1 pm
wapppHKSThe application for "From Harvard Square to the Oval Office: A Political Campaign Practicum" is LIVE! Applications must be received no later than 5:00pm ET on Nov. 15. The program is open to all @Harvard graduate students.
📮View the application here: t.co/yr7laYSTvTt.co/wYhYGNS8l1
wapppHKS“Maria Ressa has worked tirelessly and fearlessly for years to drive social change in her home country of the Philippines and benefit democracy worldwide,” said Hannah Riley Bowles, co-director of the Women and Public Policy Program.
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wapppHKSLearn more about "From Harvard Square to the Oval Office," WAPPP's political training program for non-traditional candidates, at an info session on Oct. 19th. We'll be discussing the details of the program and the application process.
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wapppHKSCompared to men, women have a higher number of life goals, place less importance on power-related goals, and perceive power as less desirable, according to research by @francescagino cited in this @nytimes article.
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wapppHKSIn this week’s seminar @Manisha_econ of @UCLA discusses regulatory frameworks for sex markets, focusing on the effects that criminalization of sex work has on the sexual health & financial status of female sex workers.
🗓 Oct. 14
⏰ 12-1 pm