Announcements

Re:Gender is pleased to present its
Annual Report, 2013-2014

2015 Annual Summit
Re:Gender's 2015 Annual Summit will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, in late September 2015. More information coming soon. 

Re:Gender's Annual Benefit
Re:Gender held its Annual Benefit on Monday, March 9, 2015. This fun evening provided a meaningful way to support Re:Gender's work and celebrate leaders from different sectors who are bringing us closer to a gender-equal world. See our list of honorees, event details and more!

Be a Male Ally!
Can you imagine a world without sexual violence? Can you imagine your role in creating it? A gender-equal world can only be achieved when sexual violence is eliminated. Everyone has a role. We are challenging YOU to play your part. Learn more

An Equal Rights Amendment for Our Time
In this op-ed for The Daily Beast, Re:Gender's Gail Cooper, Vice President for Programs, writes about expanding the ERA's protections to include gender with two simple words.

Mariam K. Chamberlain Dissertation Award
Re:Gender congratulates Diana Y Salas Coronado and her advisor, Dr. Randy Albeda, the recipient team for the inaugural Mariam K. Chamberlain Dissertation Award. Through a generous $100,000 matching grant from the Ford Foundation, Re:Gender established the Award to honor and extend the vision of our founding President, Mariam K. Chamberlain. More information

Support the Mariam K. Chamberlain Dissertation Award
Support the Mariam K. Chamberlain Dissertation Award and keep her vision alive for future generations. Your donation will be MATCHED and your impact doubled. Donate Now  More Information

Art Display at Re:Gender
We are thrilled to announce that our Re:Gender office now has an art display featuring works by Carla Hernandez. Thank you to Carla for sharing her work with us and to SOHO20 for making this possible.

Blog

MYTH: Families are better off financially when fathers are the primary breadwinner, as opposed to mothers.

In nuclear families headed by a heterosexual couple, when the mother, not the father, is the primary breadwinner, the total family income is higher.

We Are Now Re:Gender

Learn more about our logo, mission, vision and strategic direction


Expanded Network
Re:Gender has launched an expanded network, connecting research, policy and practice to end gender inequity. We invite individuals and institutions from all sectors to join. Membership is free.  More information  View Network Members

 

 

Financial Report and Bylaws

Our 2014 Financial Report can be found here and our bylaws here

 

Program Updates

Primer: No Awards to the Academy for Diversity
This primer shows that lack of diversity among this year’s Academy Awards nominees is only the beginning of the gender inequality story.

Literature Review: Gender Transformative Workplace Practices
This collection of resources captures research on workplace norms and how they shape employee experience. Looking across gender, race/ethnicity, sexuality, etc., the books, research papers and reports take into account historical trends, prevailing cultural norms and theoretical frameworks for understanding how to transform workplace culture.

The Perfect Present: Gift Giving and Gender Norms
This primer looks briefly at the effects gendered gifting — that is, gifting based on the idea that there are gifts "right" for "girls" and "boys" — has on children's understanding of gender and gender roles from infancy all the way into adulthood. It connects the emergence of the middle class and "nuclear" family to the ways in which women in particular participate in holiday gifting rituals. 

Gifting Gender: Your Stories
A short anthology of stories about gendered gifts.

Re:Gender the News
Re:Gender's News for the Network is a bi-weekly email featuring the latest news from Re:Gender, as well as deadlines you don't want to miss, new publications, events and more.