5 years of GATE impact

Through rigorous research, the Rotman School’s Institute for Gender and the Economy (GATE) creates myth-busting insights about gender and its intersection with race, sexual orientation, Indigeneity, ethnic origin, disability, socioeconomic status and other identities. We equip decision makers across Canada and around the world with game-changing guidance—and we’re just getting started. Check out our first 5 years of impact.

Building momentum

research-informed resources for practioners 160+

scholarly publications working papers and conference presentations 100

post doctoral research fellows to support $975,000 10

provided $298,050 76 researchers to from diverse disciplines

Creating new insights

In 5 years, GATE has invested $4,704,107 in our mission

case studies 20

7,510 enrollments in our online Gender Analytics courses

students trained with gender-based insights to lead inclusive innovations 500+ 240,085 unique website visitors countries 99 700,085 webpage hits from

$311,000 in bursaries for 31 MBA Fellows and Interns

Training leaders

8 industry partners 12 power circle members 49 donors

on Indigenous entrepreneurship, gender inequality in media, the pink tax & more

1,500,000+ social media impressions 7,121 Twitter & LinkedIn followers

81 12,335 attendees events

12,469 newsletter subscribers

media mentions 280 60 outlets in

Building community

Join GATE in raising $10 million to build an

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800 podcast episodes listeners 20

policy briefs 11 on gendered impacts of COVID, diversity & inclusion in businesses, equitable gig economies & more

Shaping practice

international, federal, provincial & local government

National Feminist Economic Recovery Plan

National workplace trans inclusion policies audit

inclusive economy

testimony and consultations

Join us in making disruptive change www.gendereconomy.org

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