Speaking with The Canadian Press, Sarah Kaplan explains why we shouldn't allow the #MeToo movement to be co-opted. (This piece also appeared in the Huffington Post.)
Sarah Kaplan speaks to the NationalPost about the gender gap in unpaid labour revealed by the latest StatsCan report.
This study finds that women are more likely than men to reveal efforts to achieve work-life balance, and thus face greater penalties.
In Episode 3, Vanessa Ko interviews Sonia Kang and Martin Hauck to bust some myths about recruiting.
This study looks at how men view themselves as fathers, and how organizations are constraining or empowering men to adopt more engaged parenting identities.
This study explores the role of gender blindness and finds that gender blindness can improve women’s confidence without requiring women to change their behaviour.
Rachael Goodman and Sarah Kaplan write for The Mark News about why many women find more value in building social networks and confidence than economic empowerment. (This piece was also picked up by the Helsinki Times, Japan Today, The City Paper Bogota, and the Peruvian Times.)
Speaking at the Wharton School, Sarah Kaplan pushes attendees to question the focus on making the “business case” for gender equality by asking three questions.
Sonia Kang talks with CBC News about the effectiveness of Starbucks' anti-bias training initiative.
This video explainer is based an Oxford-style debate on the effectiveness of gender quotas hosted by GATE in 2017.