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The Lily Op-Ed

May 9, 2020 by C. Nicole Mason

The system was never designed for working moms

We understand the system is broken and that it’s not our fault. It was never made for us. It was made for working men.

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Five Pathways to Good Jobs for Women

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.

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As Supreme Court signals shift on abortion, 3 women share the true cost of accessing one — or being denied

Beth Vial only learned she was pregnant toward the end of her second trimester. This was astonishing news: A few years before she began her freshman year of college in 2017, Vial, now 27, of Portland, Ore., had been diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) [...]

December 6, 2021|Categories: Press Hits|Tags: , |

OPINION: Men may be missing from campus, but don’t assume women aren’t struggling too

This fall, I heard a question I had never before encountered in my job helping women from low-income backgrounds complete a college degree: “Is this work still needed?” The question came up in response to alarming reports about men’s plummeting college enrollment rates during the pandemic, including [...]

December 6, 2021|Categories: Press Hits|Tags: , |

IWPR Research Shows Negative Impact of Abortion Bans on State Economies

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 1, 2021 Contact: William Lutz | | (202) 684-7534 “Mississippi is restricting its own economic growth in its misguided quest to restrict women’s freedom.” Washington, D.C. — The Supreme Court today will hear oral arguments on a Mississippi law that [...]

December 1, 2021|Categories: Press Releases|Tags: , |

The construction industry’s off-putting treatment of women is making its labor shortage worse

Markets Insider There's a historic labor shortage, especially in the construction industry. But sexism seems to be stronger than economics. More than four in 10 women and non-binary tradespeople who work in construction-related jobs have said they left or "seriously" considered leaving the industry's trades [...]

November 22, 2021|Categories: Press Hits|Tags: , |

PBS Newshour: Prison offers little to ease domestic violence trauma. This program tries to fill the gaps

“More than 40% of black women experience physical violence by an intimate partner, compared with about 30% of women overall,” according to data by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research in a new PBS Newshour episode. Watch the full episode here.

November 22, 2021|Categories: Press Hits|Tags: , |

Build Back Better Bill is “Down Payment on a Fairer, More Equitable Economic Future,” says Institute for Women’s Policy Research President and CEO C. Nicole Mason

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 19, 2021 Contact: William Lutz | | (202) 684-7534  Washington, D.C. — The Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) today hailed House passage of the Build Back Better bill and released the following statement from its President and CEO C. [...]

November 19, 2021|Categories: Press Releases|Tags: , |
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