Special Projects

White House Research on Girls Conference and New Girls Research Portal

On April 28, Re:Gender participated in the first ever White House Research on Girls Conference. This event was a project of the White House Council on Women and Girls and was planned in collaboration with the Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford, the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, Girls Inc., Lean In, Girl Scouts, Re:Gender and the Wellesley Centers for Women--founding members of the Girls Research Coalition, which was launched at the conference. Over 100 researchers, policy advocates, business leaders, members of the media and nonprofit executives participated in the conference with leading researchers presenting their work on girls and STEM, girls and leadership, and the sexualization of girls in the media. 

White House Research on Girls Conference and New Girls Research Portal

On April 28, Re:Gender participated in the first ever White House Research on Girls Conference. This event was a project of the White House Council on Women and Girls and was planned in collaboration with the Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford, the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, Girls Inc., Lean In, Girl Scouts, Re:Gender and the Wellesley Centers for Women--founding members of the Girls Research Coalition, which was launched at the conference. Over 100 researchers, policy advocates, business leaders, members of the media and nonprofit executives participated in the conference with leading researchers presenting their work on girls and STEM, girls and leadership, and the sexualization of girls in the media. 

Gender and Precarity

We are excited to announce our new multipart initiative focused on exploring economic security through the prism of gender. Generously funded by the Ford Foundation and launched during our 2014 conference, this two-year project will address the combined impact of gender discrimination experienced via occupational segregation, workplace practices, sexual violence, immigration and housing.

Money in Politics with a Gender Lens

Money in Politics with a Gender Lens

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