See newspaper, TV and other press featuring GATE and its researchers.
GATE PhD Fellow, Daphné Baldassari, discusses how the pandemic is affecting more women than men economically especially around the issues of childcare and school closings, on Radio Canada's L'heure de pointe.
GATE's digital storyteller, Omid Razavi, discusses the importance of introducing inclusive language in the household for this PARENTS Canada feature.
Sonia Kang joined AM 640 (Toronto) to discuss how companies finally seem to be paying attention to conversations about race and racism at work.
GATE's Sonia Kang is featured in this CTV perspective piece, as she discusses the importance of going beyond implicit bias training in order to teach people how to stop unconscious racist or sexist behaviour.
IEDP features a webinar with Sarah Kaplan and Soo Min Toh on how organizations can build back, not as normal, but better than before, from Rotman’s series ‘Managing Uncertainty: Adapting to and learning from the COVID-19 crisis’.
GATE post doctoral fellow Kira Lussier writes for Feminist Voices about what work means during the pandemic.
GATE funded researcher Rachel Ruttan's study is featured in this piece for the The Wall Street Journal, which discusses that although people tend to favour advisers who are positive over tough talkers and voices of experience, it can often lead to detrimental results.
GATE faculty research fellows Sonia Kang and András Tilcsik's study on “resumé whitening is recognized in this TVO perspective piece, acknowledging the existence of systemic racism in Canada.
In recognition of Pride month and GATE's report release of Transitioning Employers, Sarah Kaplan writes for The Toronto Star about the ongoing need for transgender and gender diverse inclusion in the workplace.
Sonia Kang's and András Tilcsik's research on resumé whitening is featured in this DAILY SABAH perspective piece.