Category Archives: Gender in Practice

How might gender roles affect whether you engage, or hold back from, corruption?

In this post from CDA Collaborative, Kiely Barnard-Webster (F’15) explains two key takeaways for practitioners from CDA’s recent field visit to the DRC: (1) If an anti-corruption program threatens a gender group’s privileged status, this must be taken into account in the program design … Continue reading

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Privilege and the Symbolism of the Draft 

By Andrea Goldstein Based on testimony from National Defense Authorization Act 2016 markup session, April 27, 2016. Full clip available at: https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4591105/rep-duncan-hunter-amendment-requiring-women-register-military-draft   Congressman Duncan Hunter, Republican from California, was surprised when his attempt at exposing “reverse sexism” against men failed. … Continue reading

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