wapppHKS“The path toward gender equality should be less about attempting to change women, & more about changing the ways that women are evaluated differently to men.” @wapppHKS fellow Dr. @leonora_risse debunks the notion that confidence increases women’s success
wapppHKS🚨 New #GenderActionPortal Summary🚨
Research finds California’s paid family leave policy has improved health outcomes for parents, with particular improvements in health status and psychological distress in mothers and particular benefits in reduced alcohol use in fathers.
wapppHKSDon't miss this week's WAPPP seminar! Professor Orna Sasson-Levy will discuss the effects that establishing mandatory service for women in Israel in 1948 has had on women’s equality in the military—and in society—in general.
⏰: 12 PM ET
wapppHKSThe bad news: "Despite 10 SC resolutions & the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize, sexual violence remains a major issue in many conflicts. ISIS still holds Yazidis in sexual slavery, reports of Myanmar’s military brutalizing the Rohingya continue." -- Dara Kay Cohen at the @WomenLeadersGF
wapppHKS20 yrs after #UNSCR1325, there's good news & bad news according to @Kennedy_School's Dara Kay Cohen: "The good news...enormous growth in knowledge about the causes & consequences of wartime sexual violence. Now it is time to leverage this knowledge for prevention & mitigation."
HKS_MLD_AreaGreat work by @wapppHKS Fellow and HKS MPP, Siri Chilazi, on a successful organizational change initiative to ensure equal gender representation .
What Companies Who Want More Diversity Can Learn From the BBC t.co/BG87bV0Qxm via @behscientist
wapppHKSJoin Us Virtually for this Week's WAPPP Seminar! Dr. Reed M. Wood will discuss the important roles female combatants & gendered imagery play in rebel efforts to cultivate & disseminate positive narratives regarding the movement & its political goals. t.co/rCKCdkam2Nt.co/YEMosyqJ6W
wapppHKS"When Black woman fight for justice, it has been at the benefit of everyone in this country. Black women vote at higher rates than any other group - but when it comes to health, assets, and other outcomes, they are the most marginalized" - @MsLaToshaBrown#WLBFall2020
wapppHKS"These are four things that we should focus on and address right now: 1) eliminate structural racism; 2) move beyond political parties to address #voting rights; 3) recognize fundamental human rights; and 4) sustain peace and justice" - @MsLaToshaBrown#WLBFall2020