- Sciences Po Alumni
Conference on Wednesday, March 3, 2021 (18:00-19:15)
The Groupe Femme et Société from Sciences Po Alumni invites you to a conference to discuss gender equality in companies: where are we in 2021? How has the Covid crisis had an impact on this issue?
The exchange will take place in two parts:
- Initially the guests will exchange on Covid-19 and its consequences on the situation of women in companies : telecommuting and mental burden, economic uncertainty and its repercussions for women.
- In the second part, the guests will discuss the evolution of gender equality in companies over the last 15 years: progress and prospects.
- Anne Boring, Head of Sciences Po’s Women in Business Chair
- Jean Lagardère, HR Director of Voyages SNCF
- Laboratoire interdisciplinaire d'évaluation des politiques publiques
Seminar on Friday, February 5, 2021, 9:30am-12:00pm
How can we measure the impact of the health crisis linked to the Covid-19 Coronavirus on gender inequalities? While this crisis is not yet over and its long-term consequences are not yet measurable, the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policy and Sciences Po's Research and Educational Programme on Gender Studies are organizing a seminar on the consequences of this health crisis and periods of lockdown on gender inequalities.
Economists, legal experts, and sociologists will present and discuss the findings of their latest research on two themes: the distribution of domestic and family tasks in times of lockdown, and the impact of the health crisis on inequalities at work.
Round Table 1: How to distribute domestic and family tasks in times of lockdown?
- Emanuele Ferragina, associate professor at the Sociological Observatory of Change, and Marta Pasqualini, post-doctoral student at the Sociological Observatory of Change - Facing Covid-19. Social Distanciation, Cohesion and Inequalities in France in 2020. Watch the video
- Francesca Marchetta, lecturer at the University of Clermont Auvergne and Hugues Champeaux, doctoral student at the Centre d'Études et de Recherche en Développement International at Clermont Auvergne University - Distribution of household chores and conflicts within couples during lockdown. Watch the video (FR)
- Anne Boring, Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam - The impact of lockdown on gender norms. Watch the video (FR)
Discussion Anne Revillard, Director of the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policy
Roundtable 2: Health Crisis and Gender Inequalities in the Workplace
- Marie Mercat-Bruns, Affiliated Professor at the School of Law of Sciences Po – Telecommuting and indirect gender-based discrimination. Watch the video (FR)
- Bruno Palier, CNRS Research Director at the Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics at Sciences Po, Affiliated Researcher at the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policy at Sciences Po - The underpayment of essential female workers. Watch the video (FR)
- Alizée Delpierre, Centre de sociologie des organisations at Sciences Po, post-doctoral researcher in the Hecat project (H2020) - Personal care and services workers
Discussion Hélène Périvier, Director of Sciences Po's Research and Educational Programme on Gender Studies
- Les cercles décideurs RH
On Tuesday, February 2, 2021, Anne Boring will take part in the event organized by the Cercles Décideurs RH: "Is the crisis undermining professional equality ?"
- 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
- Anne Boring, Director of the Women in Business Chair at Sciences Po and Assistant Professor of Economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam
- Caroline Garnier, Director of Human Resources, SAP
- Marianne Fougere, Editorial Manager, Décideurs Magazine
- Front view of the National Assembly
On Wednesday the 18th of November, 2020, Anne Boring was 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. This was an 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.
- The business case for gender diversity
More women in positions of responsibility = economic growth for the company? In this video, Anne Boring presents some arguments regarding gender diversity in business with @datagora.fr.