Category Archives: gender bias
Dealing with resistance to gender equality and 5 tips on how to respond
Below are five frequent comments heard by gender consultants followed by some tips, data and links to resources for addressing them: Women don’t want to work in male jobs There are enough women in politics In our country, women are … Continue reading
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Gender equality in the technical workplace: Equipment matters!
Recently, many of us applauded Christina Koch and Jessica Meir who made ‘herstory’ as the first all female crew to walk in space. But this was not an intentional goal for NASA to achieve. The first female astronaut Kathryn Sullivan walked in … Continue reading
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