Jamil Jivani, the founder of the Citizen Empowerment Project, joined us to discuss his latest book: "Why Young Men: Rage, Race and the Crisis of Identity." | April 9
Sonia Kang speaks with "VIEW to the U" about her research that touches on several areas, including managing multiple identities, résumé whitening, the psychological foundations of discrimination, and more.
Sarah Kaplan speaks to The Globe and Mail about the prospect of a new "women's only" co-working space opening up in Toronto.
Stanford Social Innovation Review
Rachael Goodman & Sarah Kaplan discuss how gender-diverse people face different kinds of economic inclusion and exclusion than other marginalized groups. (Part 5 in a 5-part series with SSIR).
The subtle elimination of bias in hiring decisions (in this case, via lifelong exposure to gender diversity through raising daughters) is both good for its own sake, and for firm performance.
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GATE MBA fellow Ria Dutta and Sarah Kaplan are interviewed by CBC News to discuss the Ontario Sunshine List.
In male-dominated fields, such as engineering, where women experience rapid mobility into managerial roles, this study suggests that an inverted role hierarchy may disadvantage such women.
Sarah Kaplan and Rachael Goodman write for The Mark News about the double labor burden for women. (It was also picked up by Newsroom Panama, Peruvian Times, and Arab News.)
Faculty Research Fellow, Dionne Pohler, speaks to CBC's "Ontario Today" to answer questions about Ontario's pay transparency legislation.