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Studies
51 No genetic contribution to variation in human offspring sex ratio
Brendan P. Zietsch, Hasse Walum, Paul Lichtenstein, Karin J. H. Verweij and Ralf Kuja-Halkola - University of Queensland in Australia, 31 January 2020. [22-02-2020]
Families aren’t prone to birthing one sex over another — it’s all up to chance.
52 Gender (in)equality over the life course
Population Europe, December 2018. [15-12-2018]
The collection of articles included in this Discussion Paper captures the state-of-the-art research in this field.
53 The Gender Wage Gap
Institute for Fiscal Studies, 2016. [04-01-2017]
Gender wage differentials remain substantial and a hot topic in policy debate. Inequalities between men and women are clearly of direct interest in their own right. In addition, poverty is increasingly a problem of low pay rather than lack of employment. The proportion of people in paid work is at a record high, and female employment has risen especially quickly, particularly among lone parents.
54 America's women and the wage gap
National Partnership for Women & Families, April 2016. [07-05-2016]
Overall, women in the United States are paid 79 cents for every dollar paid to men, amounting to an annual gender wage gap of $10,762.
55 Maternal employment and gender inequalities
Harvard Business School, June 2015. [26-06-2015]
This study shows that working mothers are good for their children. Data from 24 countries suggests that the daughters of working mothers have better careers, higher pay and more equal relationships than those whose mothers stayed at home. What’s more, their sons thrive too and grow up to be better men, more involved at home, taking more time caring for their own family than men who grew up cosseted by stay-at-home mothers.
56 Main causes of female poverty
European Parliament, March 2015. [27-03-2015]
Upon request by the FEMM Committee of the European Parliament, this in-depth analysis examines the extent of women’s poverty in the EU and the impact of social exclusion through poverty on living and working conditions of women and their children. The analysis concludes with a discussion of policy measures that have been taken in EU Member States for enabling paid employment and ensuring adequate income protection.
57 Gender equality and sustainable development
UN Women, 16 October 2014. [18-10-2014]
Charting the rationale and the actions necessary to ensure ground-breaking change, this flagship UN study asserts that any comprehensive sustainable development pathway cannot be achieved without an explicit commitment to gender equality, women’s rights and their empowerment.
58 The joy of cooking?
American Sociological Association, 22 August 2014. [07-09-2014]
Cooking is at times joyful, but it is also filled with time pressures, tradeoffs designed to save money, and the burden of pleasing others. The study asked 150 black, white, and Latina mothers, with family incomes ranging from poor to middle-class, and spent more than 250 hours with 12 families during meals, grocery runs and children’s medical checks.
59 A rise in stay-at-home mothers
Pew Center, 8 de abril 2014. [11-04-2014]
Demographic characteristics of U.S. mothers who lived with their children younger than 18 in 2012 and did not work outside the home.
 
Videos
60 One day we won’t need this day
Nike [08-03-2020]
On International Women’s Day, Nike is celebrating the women who have moved sport forward—in the hopes that one day, every day will feel like this one we mark on our calendars.
61 Strength has no gender
Brawny [04-03-2020]
An ad celebrating what it means for generations of female pioneers to forge the path to progress, shatter gender stereotypes and inspire young girls and women to follow in their footsteps.
62 #WomenWorthWatching
US Open Tennis Championships [29-08-2019]
The campaign goal is simply to get the world to see that women are worth watching and to encourage equal media coverage of men’s and women’s sports.
63 #DontRetireKid
ESPN and The Aspen Institute [11-08-2019]
A new campaign designed to drive public awareness of youth attrition in sports, especially in girls.
64 Capable of more
Templeton India [08-03-2019]
#WomensDay is a good occasion to show that women are breaking barriers and moving ahead in ways like never before.
65 Overcome inequalities
CARE France. [24-01-2019]
For millions of girls, school stops when their life as a woman begins.
66 #LittleOnes
T-Mobile [06-02-2018]
T-Mobile’s Super Bowl ad shows babies of different ethnicities and races all starring adorably in a clarion call for diversity and inclusion.
67 International Women's Day 2017
UN Women [05-03-2017]
Invitation to join UN Women on International Women’s Day as they put a spotlight on women in the changing world of work.
68 Are we making progress?
Audi USA [05-02-2017]
As the fearless daughter weaves her way through a field of competitors in a downhill cart race in her hometown, her father contemplates whether his daughter’s worth will be measured by her gender through a series of provocative questions.
69 Sexual violence at school
Plan UK [27-10-2015]
From the everyday to the extreme, ‘The Lesson’ reveals the worrying extent of the violence girls experience at school and the urgent need to address this issue.
70 The journey of women's rights: 1911-2015
UN Women [08-03-2015]
UN Women captures the journey of women's rights from 1911-2015, and key moments of the women's movements globally.
71 It's a man's world?
Bloomberg [07-10-2014]
According to Bloomberg, economists are getting worried about the effects of a demographic imbalance throughout the world: too many men compared to the numbers of women and the number of jobs.
72 Men can help
Scottbrand [23-09-2014]
Leo Burnett Paris has tapped this insight to bring us a tongue-in-cheek salute to all women bogged down by household chores: presenting ‘Oh my Lord’ for paper towel client Sopalin.
 
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