making more of #metoo

The United States is experiencing a critical cultural reckoning, one in which survivors of sexual abuse aren’t only being recognized; they’re also, for the most part, being believed. But the surge in firings of high-profile men in media doesn’t necessarily signal that the industry is becoming a more equitable place for all women, especially those who aren’t white, wealthy, or privileged with a spotlight. When it comes to addressing sexual assault and harassment within media, the #MeToo campaign has blown the cover off the pool and exposed something that will require more effort to resolve: a fetid foundation that’s historically devalued women and their work.

making workplaces inclusive for gennext

Gender at Work India also aims to build capacity of young leaders by expanding their support systems to create transformational systemic change that advances gender equality. It has a four-pronged approach through (a) capacity building (b) mentoring (c) networking and (d) research on good practices.