Reflections on Pride: We need to keep fighting for our LGBT+ Youth
For Pride Month we spoke to Dr. Heather Panter, researcher and editor of the forthcoming book, Transgender People and Criminal Justice: Examining Issues in Victimology, Policing, Sentencing, and Prisons.
Encouraging minorities and youth to pursue more advanced career paths
Maynard Okereke, an award winning Science Communicator with a degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering discusses his work on raising awareness about the Black contribution in STEM fields.
A senior forensic analyst reflects on his experiences and discusses his take on the disparities in STEM
Laeon Israel, Senior Forensic Analyst at Charles Schwab reflects on his experiences and discusses disparities in STEM.
Charlotte Owens believes we’re moving in the right direction but the work must continue in tangible ways to make things better
A speaker series by Springer Nature's Black Employee Network. to raise awareness about the Black contribution in STEM fields.
Staying Proud at Springer Nature
SN Pride explores what Pride means to them today.
A new diversity commitment for Springer Nature's research publishing
Read how Springer Nature is taking an active role in accelearting progress on equality, diversity & inclusion.
What are the origins of gender inequality?
A researcher explains how life course theory plays a role in the continued disadvantaged position of women.
Why research is important to attaining gender equality
Unpacking gender discrimination in India and showing how engagement with policy makers is critical to producing socially relevant research.