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April 10, 2020

Coronavirus
Color of Covid: The Racial Justice Paradox of Our New Stay-at-Home Economy

In what Catherine Powell calls the "color of Covid," the pandemic has highlighted a range of underlying inequalities on race—including on the job front—now exacerbated by the health crisis and the em…

Marni Bailey, a worker at a group home for the elderly, stands in line outside Riverside University High School to vote in the presidential primary election held amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States.

March 26, 2020

Coronavirus
Quarantined: Federalism in Action at Home and Abroad

The rapid spread of the coronavirus in the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted a new reality for most—if not all—Americans, as a growing number of U.S. states have imposed a variety of stay-at-home direct…

Woman in Italy wearing protective mask during coronavirus

January 9, 2020

Digital Policy
Invisible Workers on the Global Assembly Line

In her newly published book, Behind the Screen: Content Moderation in the Shadows of Social Media, Dr. Sarah T. Roberts discusses the world of content moderation, which increasingly plays a major rol…

Afghan girls at the first Internet cafe for women in Kabul, Afghanistan. March 8, 2012.

January 9, 2020

Social Issues
Invisible Workers on the Global Assembly Line: Behind the Screen

In her new book, Behind the Screen: Content Moderation in the Shadows of Social Media, Dr. Sarah T. Roberts reveals the inner workings of the world of content moderation on social media platforms. 

People use computers at an internet cafe in Hefei, Anhui province

August 6, 2019

Women and Women's Rights
Dear Mr President: Time to Take Women’s Rights More Seriously as a National Security Issue

Senior Fellow Catherine Powell reposts two pieces on conflict-related sexual violence.

President Donald J. Trump listens to Nadia Murad as he hosts a group of victims of religious persecution in the Oval Office of the White House. Washington, DC, United States. July 17, 2019.

July 10, 2019

Women and Women's Rights
Women on the Blockchain: Moving Beyond “Blockchain Bros”

Cryptocurrencies have the potential to radically alter the world's financial systems. But could they also upend inequality?

A Filipino guest demonstrates a blockchain-based remittance solution between Hong Kong and the Philippines during a news conference in Hong Kong, China, June 25, 2018.

June 24, 2019

Immigration and Migration
Bringing a Gender Lens to the Immigration Debate

Adjunct Senior Fellow Catherine Powell presided over a CFR roundtable, “Bringing a Gender Lens to Immigration: Domestic Violence–Based Asylum and Family Separation” with Lee Gelernt, deputy director …

Salvadoran migrant child, Lupe, sits on a bus as she leaves the premises of the National Migration Institute (INM) after being deported from the United States, June 22, 2019.

March 19, 2019

Women and Women's Rights
Womenomics Is Flipping the Script on Men in Japan

In addressing legal barriers and challenging entrenched gender stereotypes, Japan is pushing for gender equality in the workplace and growing its economy.

Commuters go home by train at Tokyo station March 23, 2011.

March 5, 2019

Women and Women's Rights
Five Questions on Women in the U.S.-Iran Negotiations: Wendy Sherman

The Five Questions Series is a forum for scholars, government officials, civil society leaders, and foreign policy practitioners to provide timely analysis of new developments related to the advancem…

Wendy Sherman

January 23, 2019

Terrorism and Counterterrorism
Gender, Masculinities, and Counterterrorism

A growing body of research has made the case that counter-terrorism and CVE would benefit from a more nuanced gender lens. What remains under-studied—and generally absent from policy discussions—is w…

Members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia stand during a ceremony at a camp in the Colombian mountains.