LSE IQ: Are we seeing a new gender equality revolution?

Half of all women have been sexually harassed at work
- Professor Jennifer Brown
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Women's March, Maryland, USA, 2018

The April episode of the LSE IQ podcast is now out, asking:  "Are we seeing a new gender equality revolution?"

Gender politics has dominated the news over the past year with issues like the UK gender pay gap and the global #MeToo and #TimesUp movements. We explore this new wave of feminism and whether or not it will bring about lasting change for women.

Helping explore this issue are: Professor Beverley Skeggs, Director of the Atlantic Fellows programme at LSE's International Inequalities Institute, Professor Jennifer Brown, Co-director of LSE's Mannheim Centre for Criminology, and Winnie Li, award-winning author, activist and PhD researcher in LSE's Department of Media and Communications.

Each episode of LSE IQ sees a range of LSE academics, and other experts, line up to give their perspective on one timely question. For all episodes of LSE IQ, and to subscribe on iTunes and SoundCloud, please visit or search for 'LSE IQ' in your favourite podcast app, or subscribe on Apple Podcasts .

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