Dr. Carol Miller is a long-time gender equality activist, researcher, and evaluator. She began her career as a gender and development researcher at the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) in Geneva, later going on to do gender equality research with many INGOs, UN organizations and research institutes. Currently an Associate of Gender Work, she served as Co-Executive Director from 2019-2021. Other work in recent years included stints with Global Affairs Canada's Women's Voice and Leadership Program as feminist knowledge consultant, and with the Canadian Federal Department of Women and Gender Equality (WAGE). She previously worked with Education International as MEL lead on the joint EI, UNGEI, Gender at Work program, ‘Unions Take Action to End School-related Gender-based Violence’, and was lead researcher in the production of the report ‘[email protected] review: Review of Work to Advance Gender Equality in Education, Unions and in Society’.
Written by Carol Miller
Equity and inclusion 9 March 2023
Supporting women’s participation and leadership through digital technologies: lessons from the experiences of education unions during Covid-19.
Carol Miller, Houda Sabra
The global Covid-19 pandemic significantly impacted women workers. The International Labour Organisation (ILO) documented disproportionate job and income losses suffered by women worldwide during the pandemic : in 2019-2020 alone, women’s employment declined by 4.2% (or 54 million jobs). The situation has put women at greater risk of job loss,...Supporting women’s participation and leadership through digital technologies: lessons from the experiences of education unions during Covid-19.
Equity and inclusion
Women’s Participation in Education Unions in a Time of Covid-19
Carol Miller, Houda Sabra31 October 2022
Since the start of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, education unions have been pragmatic and quick to respond to the rapid changes brought about by the global health crisis. Thus, it is important for education unions to review the work done to engage with members since the onset of the pandemic...