- An article published in The Economist on May 22, 2021 refers to the work undertaken by the Chair : "Anne Boring and Gloria Moroni of Sciences Po and Erasmus University found that in France attitudes towards gender regressed during the country’s first lockdown, particularly among the parents of under-12s, men and poorer households."
- In an article published in "Capital" on March 23, 2021 and devoted to women managers, the Chair explores the subject of risk aversion: "when it comes to leadership, there is no great gender difference in risk-taking”. #WorkplaceEquality
On March 9, 2021, the Chair participated in a webinar organized by Axa Research Fund on “Gender equality in decision-making position: assessing progress”. This was an opportunity to assess the progress made on gender equality in decision-making positions in both business and government. #WorkplaceEquality
Invited by the podcast "Vocation" for an episode devoted to "Inequalities, discrimination, and the world of work in 2021", the Chair was able to look back on the work it is carrying out and discuss in particular inequalities and stereotypes in the academic world and the labor market. #WorkplaceEquality
- On Wednesday 3 March 2021, the Chair was invited to a conference organised by the Groupe Femme et Société of Sciences Po Alumni “Gender equality in business : where do we stand in 2021?” to discuss gender equality in companies : where are we in 2021? How has the Covid crisis had an impact on this issue? #WorkplaceEquality
- On Friday 5 February 2021, the Chair was invited to speak at the seminar “Health crisis, lockdown and gender inequalities in the workplace” organised by the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policy and Sciences Po's Research and Educational Programme on Gender Studies. #WorkplaceEquality
- On Tuesday 2 February 2021, the Chair took part in the event organised by the Cercles Décideurs RH: “Is the crisis undermining professional equality?”. Program : Professional equality: state of play in times of crisis (health and economics) ; How can we revive and accelerate the gender mix? ; The place of women in tomorrow's world companies. #WorkplaceEquality
- Auditioned as part of the information mission on economic and professional equality conducted by the Delegation for Women's Rights of the French National Assembly, the head of the Chair had the opportunity to present the work carried out by the Chair on the persistence of gender inequalities in the labor market and to answer the questions asked by the representatives of the National Assembly. #WorkplaceEquality
- The Chair is joining forces with We_Start, Sciences Po's entrepreneurship student association, and with Women In Business, a Sciences Po student association promoting female leadership in the private sector, to organize a conference which will take place on Thursday, March 11 and will focus on the following issue : "Conjugating entrepreneurship with women: what prospects for tomorrow ?" #Entrepreneurship
- An article published in the newspaper "Le Monde" analyzes the impacts of the lockdown on gender inequalities, on the basis, notably, of the Chair's expertise. #WorkplaceEquality
- In an article published in the newspaper "Le Monde" on November 7, 2020, the Chair explores the idea that countries led by women coped better with the first wave of the pandemic and calls for caution : "this reasoning should be handled with caution, as it risks perpetuating gender stereotypes".
- An article published in "Magazine Décideurs" on July 30, 2020, refers to the survey conducted by Ipsos for the Chair and mentions one of the figures put forward by this survey: during the lockdown, women have "experienced an 85% increase in the time devoted to their offspring". #WorkplaceEquality
- On October 9, 2020, the Director of the Chair participated in the ninth edition of the ELLE Active forum to address the subject of unconscious biases (linked to stereotypes, negative prejudices, preconceived ideas) that can lead to discrimination. #WorkplaceEquality
- An op-ed published in the newspaper "Le Monde" on July 17, 2020 refers to the work conducted by the Chair on gender stereotypes that lead women to limit their orientation towards the fields of study leading to the best paid professions. #HigherEducation
- An op-ed published on May 22, 2019 refers to the work conducted by the Chair on the reduction of professional inequalities. This reduction involves, in particular, the choice of field of study in higher education. #HigherEducation