As the global population ages, income inequality increases, and the world rapidly urbanizes, prioritizing equity and accessibility in cities is crucial.
Speaking to the Financial Times, Sarah Kaplan argues that the onus is on the industry, not educational institutes, to improve women’s lot in finance.
Sarah Kaplan is quoted by the Financial Post on the Government of Canada's new Women Entrepreneurship Strategy.
Researchers discover that during venture capitalist question and answer sessions investors are more likely to ask promotion questions to men entrepreneurs and prevention questions to women entrepreneurs, impacting funding allocation.
Mikhail Simutin discusses his GATE-funded research on the origins of the gender gap at the event, "Short Talks: Art of Change" in May 2019.
Sarah Kaplan examines how businesses can approach inequality as an innovation challenge at the event, "Short Talks: Art of Change" in May 2019.
Evidence from this study suggests that the structure of performance evaluations can considerably affect how men and women are evaluated, and consequently, how they are rewarded.
Sarah Kaplan comments on the sexist trolling that targets the wives or partners of athletes and other public figures for Global News.
GATE's Digital Storyteller examines the uses and abuses of storytelling and explains how we can be more responsible storytellers in the world of education and activism, particularly in regards to gender and diversity.
Victoria Heath (GATE), Irene Poetranto (Citizen Lab), and Petra Molnar (Faculty of Law, U of T) write about the importance of civil society in the deployment and regulation of AI for the Toronto Star.