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.
💡 Read more here: t.co/9BBG1frz6s
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.
💻 RSVP here: t.co/uWZNtuGGpqt.co/q2aQQ3j7Y0
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.
📖 Read more here: t.co/BSEysUvo4R
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
wapppHKSJoin us TODAY for our weekly seminar “An Imperfect Match? Gender + Racial Discrimination in Hiring and the Unequal Burden of Proof of Skills and Experience Matching” with @kateweisshaar of @UNC
RSVP for the virtual event ⤵️
🗓 Oct. 7
⏰ 12-1 pm
wapppHKSAlthough many people consider Massachusetts to be a stronghold for progressive politics, women and people of color have been chronically underrepresented in elected office statewide, says @BarbaraLeeSays of @BLFF_org.
📰 Read her full op-ed here: t.co/6UFZ9w6MIT
randizuckerbergBiases are part of every human brain and are much easier to impact if we prevent them before they form rather than trying to change them later. We should strive to break down stereotypes BEFORE they are instilled in young children. -@wapppHKS
randizuckerbergDiversity trainings are limited in their capacity to effect change. Organizations have to take the next step with concrete changes to policies, procedures, and practices in order to make real progress. -@wapppHKS
wapppHKSAccording to research conducted by WAPPP Fellow Alicia @SasserModestino, 26% of working women had to leave their jobs during the pandemic due to a lack of childcare. Low-income families have been hit particularly hard.
💡Read more here: t.co/fHFZws484M