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Roxanne Krystalli discusses gendered credibility in International Feminist Journal of Politics
Roxanne Krystalli, Program Manager of the Humanitarian Evidence Program, has joined contributors across academic institutions in a discussion of all-male panels in the latest issue of the International Feminist Journal of Politics. Krystalli argues that there are factors of gendered credibility that affect panel composition and which go beyond the sex of the speaker.
In the article, Krystalli shares her experience with developing a tracking system for factors such as whether honoraria were offered, the time of day of the event, who introduced the speakers and how, and how participants were encouraged to attend. While her article pertains specifically to panels at academic institutions and events, the insights apply across sectors and disciplines.
You can read the full article, and related contributions in this series, here.
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