Through rigorous research, GATE is creating myth-busting insights about gender and its intersection with race, sexual orientation, Indigeneity, ethnic origin, disability, socioeconomic status and other identities. Check out our first 5 years of impact! Click on the full screen button below to see the report with interactive links.
5 years of GATE impact
The COVID pandemic has revealed many inequities and fractures in our society. Building back better in our communities and businesses will require us to make deep changes to ensure we include all genders and marginalized communities. But how?
It is often not a lack of will, but a lack of understanding about why things are broken and how to fix them that hinders attempts to level the playing field. Our biggest gap when it comes to gender equality is a knowledge gap.
With your visionary support for GATE, you can catalyze game-changing impact. Together, by raising $10 million to tackle the gender equality knowledge gap, we can build an inclusive economy across Canada and around the world.
The University of Toronto Rotman School of Management’s Institute for Gender and the Economy (GATE) is uniquely positioned to provide game-changing guidance.
By creating myth-busting insights about gender and its intersection with race, sexual orientation, Indigeneity, ethnic origin, disability, socioeconomic status and other identities, GATE equips business, non-profit and public sector leaders to transform the systems and processes that contribute to inequality.
Interested in exploring opportunities to support GATE’s transformational work? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to have a conversation about supporting GATE and click here to download a PDF highlighting what we do and how you can support our mission.