We've compiled a list of all of the Women and Politics panels at this year's annual conference in Cardiff - and a couple of others that we think look too good to miss! Monday 26th March PANEL SESSION 1 - 09:30 - 11:00 Gender in the Profession Chair: Dr Meryl Kenny (University of Edinburgh) Sponsored… Continue reading PSA Conference, Cardiff 2018
We're very excited to have launched our CfP today for this upcoming conference - please circulate amongst your networks, and we look forward to seeing you in Birmingham next year! AT THE INTERSECTIONS A ONE DAY CONFERENCE UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM 27TH APRIL 2018 AIMS • Bring together political scientists and political sociologists researching intersections of… Continue reading At the Intersections Conference CfP – 27th April 2018
Professor Rainbow Murray considers the ongoing sexual harassment scandals unfolding in Westminster, and asks what this tells us about our national political institution. From the time I was asked to write this piece to the time I started typing, another MP has been suspended. The Westminster sex scandal is unravelling so fast that there may… Continue reading Westminster harassment: this is not just about sex, it’s about power
We are delighted to announce the winners of our 2017 Essay Competition. This year the first prize was awarded jointly to two students - you can read their prize-winning essays below. Many thanks to Dr Toni Haastrup, Lecturer in International Security at the University of Kent, for judging this year's competition. JOINT FIRST PRIZE Isabel… Continue reading 2017 Essay Competition Winners
Just a quick reminder about next year’s PSA Conference in Cardiff. We’re still looking for paper and panel proposals to reach us by the 27th October. Panels should have 3-5 papers. If you have an idea for a panel, but don’t have enough papers to fill it, feel free to email us an abstract and… Continue reading PSA Conference 2018, Cardiff
By Professors Rosie Campbell and Sarah Childs, Birkbeck, University of London Or a woman MP for that matter. But they must be adored by their parliamentary and local constituency party so that both will be happy for them to stand as half of one of the first MP job-shares at the next General Election. We… Continue reading ‘Desperately seeking an Elderly Gentleman with a Large Majority … to Persuade Parliament to Allow MPs to Job-share’
This guest post by Ben Worthy originally appeared on the Open Data Study blog. In July this year the BBC, with a bang and probably a muffled whimper, released details of its highest earners. It predictably provoked outrage at the overpaid but also, less predictably, re-ignited the debate on the gender pay gap. Political leaders… Continue reading Gender Pay Gap Transparency: Will It Work?