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AEI’s Aparna Mathur and Isabel V. Sawhill from the Brookings Institution discuss their paid family leave policy proposal and the reasoning behind it.

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While some observers claim that free speech on campus is in crisis, others argue that college students are more likely support free speech than any other group. Who’s right?

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equal occupational fatality day

May 30, 2029 symbolizes how far into the future women will be able to continue working before they experience the same loss of life that men experienced in 2016 from work-related deaths.

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In the March issue of AEI’s Political Report, we look at views on the position of women in the country today, how men and women feel about Donald Trump, the gender gap among voters in House races, and whether people believe having more women in office would make a difference in government. We also look at the political party affiliation and ideological views of young men and women.

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The #MeToo movement has the potential to correct long-tolerated abuses and to lead to a new era of understanding and respect between men and women—if it doesn’t get hijacked by gender activists.

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Surveys about sexual harassment reveal a variety of opinions about what constitutes harassment and how often it occurs.

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Paid family leave is getting more traction at the state level, than federal, with New York joining a handful of other states requiring paid family leave. Will other states follow? Maybe, but it seems unlikely that we will have a national paid leave program any time soon.

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A Google employee’s memo about gender and diversity in the workplace exposes the culture within this tech giant: employees do not offer dissenting political opinions. While it is Google’s prerogative to fire the employee, it is important to note that numerous scientists acknowledge that there are biological differences between the sexes that may impact work performance.

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AEI’s Aparna Mathur and Isabel V. Sawhill from the Brookings Institution discuss their paid family leave policy proposal and the reasoning behind it.

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This is an edited compilation of blog posts on paid family leave jointly sponsored by AEI and Brookings.

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