wapppHKSHarvard @Kennedy_School Professor Jane Mansbridge explains how restricting abortion has tough consequences for existing children: “These women care about their children. They realize that they cannot at that point in their lives handle another child.”
wapppHKSTo be effective and fair, performance reviews require intentionality & preparation from both managers and employees. The six nudges described by @HLSPaola can help on both fronts — in ways that will help everybody in your organization achieve their goals.
dianazobrien🚨Are you a Boston-area grad student or post-doc studying gender w/ empirical methods? If so, submit an abstract for the EGEN Boston Graduate Student Conference on Sept. 30 (deadline Aug. 19). Thanks @BruleRachel, @z_marks & Dara Kay Cohen for organizing!
francescaginoI’m thrilled to have my piece ‘How to Handle Interrupting Colleagues’ included in this new collection from HBR Press, Speak Up, Speak Out, available now.
Get your copy at amazon, Bookshop, or your favorite bookseller. t.co/Gsqb0jXkW9
wapppHKSThe policy response to this public health crisis in the wake of SCOTUS overturning #RoeVWade should be well-coordinated and extend beyond the realm of reproductive health, according to a panel of experts who spoke at @HarvardChanSPH.
wapppHKS"If women of color want to truly thrive in the workplace, they need to know how to push back on microaggressions and racism, how to stay true to their values, and how to find others to combat the isolation they may feel as they rise." — @DeepaPurut.co/Y6jslgTIXX
wapppHKSFormer WAPPP Leader in Practice @DeepaPuru discusses the challenges that women of color face in the corporate world, sharing how her personal experiences led her to focus on breaking down barriers and addressing systemic issues.
wapppHKS.@HKSExecEd's Leading Smart Policy Design convenes faculty experts with hands-on experience in a wide array of policy areas, including #genderequity. Learn more about the program and apply before August 29! ⤵️ t.co/iih86bAdHv
wapppHKSResearch by @Kennedy_School professor @maya_sen shows that the Supreme Court took a sharp swerve two years ago — and its decisions now closely mirror the views of the average Republican, not the average American.
wapppHKSThe reversal of reproductive rights in America is contrary to global trends. Why? Compared with similar Western democracies, Republican voters are exceptionally socially conservative, religious and authoritarian, says @Kennedy_School professor @PippaN15t.co/lvrYTdfesW
Kennedy_SchoolA new photo wall was installed in the Taubman corridor (the hallway connecting the Taubman building and the dining hall) last week! It showcases our exceptional HKS community throughout 2021 and 2022.
Check it out next time you’re on campus! #HKSLifet.co/tXQHY8krrs
wapppHKSHarvard Kennedy School Professor @maya_sen says the personal ideologies of justices and the presidents who appointed them are often “powerful predictors of how they rule” on cases.
wapppHKS“Poverty has deepened, the reproductive rights of women are under attack, climate change is upon us, & changes in tech are disproportionately impacting women. The world is facing a gender divide,” says former WAPPP Leader in Practice @phumlambongcukat.co/fq42a1ntZa