REPORTS

The United States is one of seven countries and the only advanced industrialized country in the world that has not ratified the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW). Being frustrated with the slow (or non-existent) pace of Senate ratification since 1981, the Cities for CEDAW campaign decided that American women can no longer wait for the U.S. Senate to act. Cities for CEDAW is a national campaign which encourages American municipalities to adopt a CEDAW ordinance to enshrine the international gender norms of substantive gender equity and nondiscrimination into municipal codes. The report focuses on two key questions: (1) how have other cities implemented a CEDAW ordinances; and (2) what kind of implementation is feasible for the City and County of Denver.

Och, M. 2018. Campaign Donors. A Report for the Reflective Democracy Campaign.

Summarizes challenges and opportunities for women and minority candidates to raise campaign funds.

SSN Basic Fact.

 

Political Parity. 2015. Where Women Win.

Oversaw production as Research Director of Political Parity.

Political Parity. 2015. Clearing the Primary Hurdles. Republican Women and the GOP Gender Gap.

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Oversaw Production as Research Director of Political Parity.

Political Parity. 2016. PATH TO PARITY. How Women Run and Win. A Reader.

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Political Parity. 2015. Research Inventory.

Oversaw Production as Research Director of Political Parity.