Join Gender Economist Katica Roy as she analyzes three micro-trends that have taken root in our fight to contain the pandemic. Examining how intersectional gender equity in the home, workplace and politics has been affected, she will explain how these trends could streamline our efforts to close the intersectional gender equity gap. Based on her findings, she will consider questions such as whether stay-at-home-dads will become the norm, how companies and societies will start coming together to strategically bake gender equity into their operations and cultures, and why elected officials may adopt gender budgeting.
· Delve into three intersectional gender micro trends affected by the pandemic.
· Discuss potential long-term ramifications of our current situation.
· Discover how the election year and pandemic response could combine to elevate equality.
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