Women in Technology - Friday Links 31 July 2020
It’s Friday and that can only mean one thing! A serving of Friday WIT links for the weekend!
Are we all running the same race?
⌨️Links to check
The career cost of COVID-19 to female researchers, and how science should respond
Women unite in maverick attempt to unseat Lukashenko in Belarus:
Council of Europe 'alarmed' at Poland's plans to leave domestic violence treaty
Firms with more female executives 'perform better'
'Hood Feminism' Is A Call For Solidarity In A Less-Than-Inclusive Movement
Valentina Tereshkova: First Woman in Space
Can you help identify unnamed women scientists of the past?
Obituaire de Gisèle Halimi: « défenseuse passionnée de la cause des femmes, est morte »
Maybe you took some of the tests we included in recent Friday links (Test: https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/uk/selectatest.jsp)
Now listen to:
All in the Mind – the Everyday Effect of Unconscious Bias
From 5:37, “Why more girls don’t choose to study physics at school”.
Are companies really committed to diversity?
From 1999, Dr Helena Cronin and Dr Germaine Greer discuss one of the most important events of the 20th century - the rise of Feminism and the subsequent empowerment of women.
Did you manage to stream the Mrs.America series which details the political movement to pass the Equal Rights Amendment in the USA and the unexpected backlash led by conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly in the 1970s?
Hear archives from Phyllis Schlafly here (from 00:48) (“Feminists don’t know how to make bread”):
On Netflix: Mission Blue, following oceanographer Sylvia Earle’s campaign to save the world’s oceans.
There’s still time for you to give us your feedback about CERN's upcoming 5-yearly review exercise: https://wit-discuss.web.cern.ch/t/wit-analyses-and-recommends/105
Wishing you a lovely weekend and a great start to August,
on behalf of the WIT steering committee