April 8 - 2022 RepresentWomen Introduces New Research on Latin America

By Kaycie Goral on April 08, 2022
April 8 - 2022 RepresentWomen Introduces New Research on Latin America

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April 8, 2022

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To mark the release of their new Latin American Brief, RepresentWomen teamed up with Latinas Represent.

Takoma Park, MD - (April 8, 2022) RepresentWomen and Latinas Represent joined in collaboration for a fascinating webinar discussion this Thursday featuring Latin American studies experts Dr. Jennifer Piscopo, Author Magda Hinojosa, and RepresentWomen Research Associate Alisha Saxena

 

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March 7 - 2022 RepresentWomen Presents the Solutions Summit!

By Kaycie Goral on March 07, 2022
March 7 - 2022 RepresentWomen Presents the Solutions Summit!

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March 7, 2022

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A Democracy Summit like you’ve never seen before, RepresentWomen is hosting a one-of-a-kind, all-woman speaker Solutions Summit Tomorrow!

Takoma Park, MD - (March 7, 2022) Democracy summits are essential. Hearing from experts is critical. But there are a LOT of democracy summits happening out there. Why is RepresentWomen hosting yet another one?

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December 10 - 2021 Introducing RepresentWomen’s latest International Research on Women’s Representation in Arab States

By Kaycie Goral on December 14, 2021
December 10 - 2021 Introducing RepresentWomen’s latest International Research on Women’s Representation in Arab States

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December 10, 2021 

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Only 55% of the Arab countries ensure women’s parity in their parliament through gender quotas and reserved seat quotas.

Takoma Park, MD - (December 10, 2021) RepresentWomen has released the latest installment in their international research series, “Women’s Representation: Global Practices & Systems Strategies” exploring what structural strategies are used to increase women’s representation in Arab states.

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OCTOBER 28 - 2021 Introducing RepresentWomen’s Latest Series, “Women’s Representation: Global Practices & Systems Strategies”

By Kaycie Goral on October 28, 2021
OCTOBER 28 - 2021 Introducing RepresentWomen’s Latest Series, “Women’s Representation: Global Practices & Systems Strategies”

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October 28, 2021 

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As of September 2021, no Post-Soviet Parliament has ever achieved Gender Balance, according to the first installment in RepresentWomen’s latest research series.

Takoma Park, MD - (October 28, 2021) Representwomen has released the first installment in their new research series, “Women’s Representation: Global Practices & Systems Strategies.”  Through this series, the team at RepresentWomen hopes to spotlight the systems-based strategies used around the world to improve women’s representation. RepresentWomen begins this series with their Post-Soviet States Brief

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September 15 - RepresentWomen Releases Research on First-Gen Women’s Political Representation

By Kaycie Goral on September 15, 2021
September 15 -  RepresentWomen Releases Research on First-Gen Women’s Political Representation

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September 15, 2021 

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Despite making up 14% of the U.S. population, first-generation Americans, specifically 1st-gen women, are under-represented in government.

Takoma Park, MD - (September 15, 2021) Why are first-generation Americans, and precisely, first-generation women, so underrepresented in the federal government? RepresentWomen's latest report, "Exploring First-Generation Underrepresentation: How American Political Systems Impact Immigrant Women's Political Engagement," seeks to answer that question.

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August 23- 2021 GENDER PARITY INDEX UPDATE

By Kaycie Goral on August 23, 2021
August 23- 2021 GENDER PARITY INDEX UPDATE

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August 23, 2021 

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With no “A” ranking states, RepresentWomen’s 2021 Gender Parity Index (GPI) shows the fight for gender balance in our politics is far from over. 

Takoma Park, MD (August 23, 2021) - The Latest Gender Parity Index (GPI) from RepresentWomen finds the United States had little movement to close the political gender gap at every level of office.

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RepresentWomen Releases Research on Disabled Women’s Political Representation

By Kaycie Goral on August 11, 2021
RepresentWomen Releases Research on Disabled Women’s Political Representation

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August 11, 2021 

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RepresentWomen's latest report answers the following question: “Why are Disabled women underrepresented in US politics?” 

Takoma Park, MD - (August 9, 2021) - RepresentWomen's Intersectional Disempowerment report identifies the structural barriers that prevent Disabled people from participating in US politics and discusses how we can improve elected representation for the Disabled community and specifically, Disabled women.

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July 6th - RepresentWomen Lauds RCV Victory for Increased Women's Representation in NYC's Primary.

By Kaycie Goral on July 06, 2021
July 6th - RepresentWomen Lauds RCV Victory for Increased Women's Representation in NYC's Primary.

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July 6th 2021 

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Women likely to hold majority of NYC Council seats after impressive wins in NYC primary elections which confirm that jurisdictions with ranked choice voting elect more women to office.

Takoma Park, MD. (July 6, 2021) - RepresentWomen, a nonpartisan organization that researches the impacts of ranked choice voting (RCV) on women's representation, is celebrating the success of women candidates in the New York City primaries. 

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