Researchers find that harassment is often used as an equalizer against female supervisors; indicating that harassment is about control and domination, not sexual desire.
Speaking with The Canadian Press, Sarah Kaplan explains why we shouldn't allow the #MeToo movement to be co-opted. (This piece also appeared in the Huffington Post.)
Sarah Kaplan weighs in on women's only co-working spaces in Canada with CBC news.
Researchers use diary entries and interviews to show how college students’ socialization into the field of engineering leads women to believe that they are a “bad fit."
For the annual 16 Days Against Gender-Based Violence, alongside The Citizen Lab, we're hosting a discussion about the perils of the digital world–and what we can do about it. | November 27, 2018
Read UofT News' coverage of the #MeToo event hosted by The New York Times, GATE and the Martin Prosperity Institute.
In light of the #Metoo moment, we welcomed Catherine Porter, The New York Times’ Canada bureau chief to moderate a conversation with Jodi Kantor and Emily Steel, the investigative journalists who broke the Harvey Weinstein and Bill O’Reilly stories, and Jessica Bennett, the NYT’s gender editor.
Sonia Kang appears on TVO's The Agenda to talk about sexual harassment, power in organizations, and why it is so hard for women to come forward.
Join us as Soraya Chemaly, Director of the Women’s Media Center Speech Project and award-winning writer, makes the case for why we're angry, and why it matters in her latest book, "Rage Becomes Her." | April 30, 2019
Conversation with Mary Eberts, co-founder of LEAF (Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund) on the social and economic costs of gender-based violence and what can be done about it.