GATE Director Sarah Kaplan speaks to CTV News about new measures companies are taking to attract employees back into the workforce.
Rotman Management Magazine
Carmina Ravanera offers insight on what an equitable care economy could look like post COVID.
(GATE) has received funding from Women and Gender Equality Canada for a two-year project, which will provide a roadmap for how Canada can lift the economy from the bottom up.
The Hill Times
Sarah Kaplan writes about how the pandemic has shifted our understanding of care work and why now is the time to invest in accessible early childhood learning and care.
This policy brief, co-written by Sarah Kaplan, offers a new strategy to expand high-quality and affordable early childhood education and care in Ontario.
GATE's Carmina Ravanera writes about the key to a 'she-cession' recovery — equitable, affordable child care.
Sarah Kaplan writes about the need to put caring back into the economy in order to achieve economic recovery.
Sarah Kaplan and Carmina Ravanera write about the importance of focusing on an equitable recovery for women when tackling Canada's post-pandemic recovery.
An exciting new collaborative release from GATE and the YWCA Canada, highlighting 8 pillars for recovery with a focus on supporting the care economy, investing in social infrastructure and lifting up women-owned businesses.
Drawing on ethnographic research with low income working women from rural India, this brief examines how women's paid work outside the home is often contingent on the availability of household members' willingness to help free up women’s time by taking up some of their domestic responsibilities