by Karina Mirochnik | Jul 13, 2021 | Issue 7 Commentary
“In order for people to benefit from all the services a city can offer, the built environment itself has to be physically accessible to as many people as possible.” Leslie Kern, associate professor of geography and environment and director of women’s and gender studies at Mount Allison University.
by Karina Mirochnik | Mar 4, 2021 | Issue 7 Commentary
Dr Shirley Graham, from the Elliot School analyzes in a powerful essay the role of the new Biden-Harris Gender Council and the need for a feminist foreign policy as she creates a call to action.
by Karina Mirochnik | Sep 29, 2020 | Issue 7 Commentary
As we get closer to election day in the US, make sure you have a voting plan in place. Here are some resources.
by Karina Mirochnik | Jul 8, 2020 | Issue 7 Commentary
While the telemedicine industry has taken leaps and bounds over the last few months to help fill in the gaps of an overwhelmed healthcare system, the benefits of telemedicine are not equally available to everyone due to a complicated patchwork of policies and regulation.
by Karina Mirochnik | Mar 20, 2020 | Issue 7 Commentary
“But one of the most striking effects of the coronavirus will be to send many couples back to the 1950s. Across the world, women’s independence will be a silent victim of the pandemic,” argues reporter Helen Lewis from The Atlantic.
by Karina Mirochnik | Mar 4, 2020 | Issue 7 Commentary
October 18 in London, I scroll through Chile’s news per usual since I’ve been in London only a month working on my master’s degree in gender studies at University College London. “Student ambushes metro stations in protests over fare hikes,” the paper says.