This four-part audio series features the four panel conversations hosted at The BAD Conference. These panels focused on the roots of inequality, how to move towards real change, masculinity, and lessons from practice.
In conversation with Colleen Ammerman and Boris Groysberg as they discuss why we haven't made more progress in tackling the gender pay gap and what accounts for this persistent gap?| Jan 24, 2022
Together, Dr. Gunter and Dr. Kaplan will explore and debunk many of the myths and misogynist attitudes surrounding menopause, while uncovering the impact that misinformation and a lack of reliable research has on women’s health. | Nov 22, 2021
Sonia Kang discusses why organizations need to follow up on their commitments from last year to combat anti-Black racism in this City News piece.
Part of an exciting multi-session online series, this panel invites industry leaders to discuss emerging career opportunities in this new field as well as how organizations are using gender analysis to drive business performance, execute inclusive design, and interpret insights. | May 20, 2021
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Business Insider highlights 12 University of Toronto courses you can take online for free, including GATE's Gender Analytics for Innovation course available through Coursera.
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This Globe piece features a video conversation with Sarah Kaplan on the consequences of the gender Power Gap.
Watch Sarah Kaplan discuss the gender Power Gap in leadership, its consequences, and one way to start to close the gap in this Globe and Mail feature.
Featuring a mention of Sonia Kang and András Tilcsik's 2016 study on resume whitening, this Today.com piece examines how more people are rejecting ‘English-centric’ naming standards — and sometimes paying a price.