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Unfinished Business
New York, NY

In her new book, Anne-Marie Slaughter breaks free of long-held assumptions to ask: what does true equality between men and women look like?

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Women's Decision 2016 (Part 1)
Washington, DC

Join New America’s for a conversation about how anxiety may shape the electoral landscape.

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The New Balancing Act
Washington, DC

Join New America President Anne-Marie Slaughter and other experts for a discussion about of work and life a reality for all Americans.

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Reporting While Female
Washington, DC

New America is pleased to host journalist and author Delphine Schrank for a conversation on the challenges that face female journalists.

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War of Women
Washington, DC

New America welcome's author Gayle Tzemach Lemmon and a panel of experts for a discussion on the expansion of female combat roles.

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Love's Promises
Washington, DC

Love's Promises explores the formal and informal contracts that make-up families in the 21st Century.

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BROADLY SPEAKING
Unvarnished
New York, NY

Sarah Maslin Nir discusses documenting conditions in New York City nail salons and the challenges of contemporary labor reporting.

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Unintended Consequences
Washington, DC

The Violence Against Women Act, signed into law by President Clinton in 1994, has saved the lives of thousands, but at what cost?

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Families and the Future of Social Policy
Washington, DC

Join us for an extended discussion of key social policy provisions in the President’s 2016 Budget.

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The Future of Elder Care
Washington, DC

Join New America and Caring Across America for a candid conversation about the challenges facing our aging population.

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Asia's Unsung Female Leaders
Washington, DC

Join New America and Radio Free Asia for a conversation with some of Asia’s most prominent female human rights activists.

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Where's Your Daddy?
Washington, DC

Why should we worry about the lack of paternity leave policies around the world? And how do we bridge the gap?

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