The Toronto Star highlights a special symposium to commemorate this year’s International Women’s Day. The event was held at Rotman on March 3rd and was kicked off with a talk by Sonia Kang.
In a conversation moderated by The Globe and Mail’s Deborah Aarts, Sonia Kang and two other experts discuss building —and maintaining—an inclusive workplace.
In this perspective piece for The National Post, GATE faculty research fellow Dionne Pohler argues for targeted basic income to meet the urgency of the COVID crisis.
34 things Canada’s innovators think the government should do to help the economy through the COVID-19 crisis
The Logic asked more than three dozen business executives, entrepreneurs, academics and economists, including Sarah Kaplan, for ideas on what the government can do now to help the innovation economy get through the health and economic crisis.
It’s 2020 and the world is on fire — it’s time for business to propose radical climate change solutions
Sarah Kaplan writes for the Toronto Star that companies need to act more urgently to pursue social justice.
Sarah Kaplan is featured in this piece for The Logic, discussing what firms need to be doing in order to focus on closing the gender gap.
Sonia Kang is featured in the Globe and Mail to discuss her upcoming panel discussion on creating an inclusive culture at CEO Global Network’s Women’s Leadership Summit as well as what actually fosters inclusivity—and what doesn’t.
CBC highlighted Sarah Kaplan's February 11th radio interview, discussing parental leave and how politicians can set an influential example in their approach to early childcare.
Sarah Kaplan discusses parental leave on CBC Radio One's The Current. Catch her segment at the 41:00 mark.
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