Data collection is at the core of many efforts to enforce gender equity in the workplace. Federal laws such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 make sexual harassment and pay discrimination in the workplace illegal. However, gender-based discrimination persists, requiring state and federal agencies to develop policies to hold employers accountable for not protecting women workers.
We must do better for Native women by fighting for pay equity and domestic violence prevention and safety.
There is much at stake for women in Florida in the upcoming election. The outcome will decide whether policies are enacted that support women, their families, and their communities.
Last night, we lost a trailblazer – a fighter and lover of justice and equality for women and all of us.
Passing the PWFA would mean a step towards workplace gender equity, healthy pregnancies, reduced health disparities, and the economic security of pregnant and parenting women and their families.
As Labor Day approaches, we’re thinking about the jobs and opportunities that do the best job of promoting women’s economic mobility and security.
IWPR President and CEO C. Nicole Mason addresses women and the child care crisis during an interview with CNN's First Move with Julia Chatterley.
Statement from IWPR President, C. Nicole Mason, Ph.D. Today, we [...]
Andrea Flynn is joining IWPR from the Roosevelt Institute to [...]
A wave of women candidates has the potential to bring an agenda for broad and inclusive change to Congress and state legislatures across the country.