Representations of Muslim Women in Western Media

The British press further propels the idea that Muslim women as oppressed. An analysis of 200 articles systematically sampled from eight of the most read newspapers in the United Kingdom found that the main stereotypes of Muslim women were as wives and mothers, passive and submissive, and victims and sex slaves. 

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Annie Gergi
Automation's Impact on Gender Equality

With the rapid growth of technology within the workplace, there are now new sets of obstacles which put women’s economic empowerment at risk. Work activities are increasingly becoming automated through machines and software, and research has shown that women will be disproportionately affected by such automation, which could lead to their displacement.

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Annie Gergi
The Disruptor Series: Christina Bache

Our Disruptor Series highlights the work people are doing across the globe to challenge the status quo and make the world a more equitable place. Today we're talking to Dr. Christina Bache, an Independent Consultant, based in Istanbul, Turkey. She is a Co-chair of the International Crisis Group’s Ambassador Council, member of the United Nations Business for Peace/Principles for Responsible Management Education working group, and Co-founder of the Women in Foreign Policy Turkey Initiative.

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The Cost of Overlooking Gender in CVE Efforts

The consideration of gender in CVE efforts tends to construct women as either victims of violence or the key to ending radicalization. While there's some truth in both of these narratives, the reality is much more complex and nuanced. Elise McKeever discusses.

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Annie Gergi