Articles Media / Op-ed March 17, 2017

Qatar’s gender gap is one of the largest in the world, new index says

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Articles WEF March 14, 2017

If Europe’s refugees were a country, this is what it would look like

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Articles Media / Op-ed March 14, 2017

Ongoing quest to bridge the gender divide

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Articles Media / Op-ed March 10, 2017

UAE tops GCC in Gender Progress Index (The National)

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Letters

‘Bottle ladies’

December 29, 2016

Letter to the Globe & Mail Published December 29, 2016 Marcus Gee’s article on Toronto’s “bottle ladies” (The Secret Lives Of Bottle Ladies – Dec. 24) was a refreshing look into the invisible poverty of parts …

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A cabinet that reflects Canada

November 7, 2015

Letter to the Toronto Star Published November 7, 2015 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is to be lauded for his commitment to a diverse cabinet, but gender is only one dimension of diversity. Although the minority share of …

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Expats’ right to vote

August 2, 2015

Letter to the Globe & Mail Published August 1, 2015 Many of those who left Canada did so for professional reasons in a labour market that is increasingly globalized. They still hold deep ties to …

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Short End of the Stick

October 8, 2014

Letter to the PAW in response to: Undergraduate Yield Up, Grad Yield Down Published on October 8, 2014 Students of Asian descent at Princeton (and elsewhere in the United States) seem to get the short end of …

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Canadian politics

October 4, 2014

Letter to the Economist (Oct 4th 2014) SIR – Stephen Harper and his Conservative party will have a hard time staying in power after the next federal election in 2015. This is not because of …

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