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Katelyn Jones

The Gendered Dynamics of Gun Violence in Chicago

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Women in International Security
Coauthors

Examining the gendered dynamics of conflict helps us better understand increasing rates of violence and ways to mitigate it in Chicago.

Women in Chicago protest gun violence
REUTERS
Women and Girls

Opinion – It's Time to Redefine Gender Mainstreaming

In the News
E-International Relations
Katelyn Jones

2020 is a key time to reflect on gender equality efforts and progress globally.

Wooden pegs are scattered across a surface, with half on top of the color blue and half on top of the color pink.
Inclusion and Equity

Agriculture’s Matrix: AI and the Future of Gender (In)equities

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Global Food for Thought by Katelyn Jones

Artificial Intelligence is transforming agriculture, complementing work done by human labor and providing advice to farmers.

A mechanical engineer with Blue River Technology works on his computer next to a tractor.
Reuters/Stephen Lam
Food and Agriculture

The Gendered Consequences of Coronavirus

In the News
E-International Relations
Coauthors

How are men and women experiencing the effects of the coronavirus differently? Why is it important to understand these differences?

A woman wearing a mask with her child strapped to her chest.
Marcin Jozwiak
Women and Girls

Katelyn Jones on Equality, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

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Wait Just a Minute

Council Women, Peace, and Security Fellow Katelyn Jones takes a minute to answer questions on equality, equity, diversity, and inclusion.

A screenshot of Katelyn Jones on a Wait Just a Minute Interview.
Women and Girls

Institutional Change and an Intersectional Approach to Supporting Women in Science

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Global Food for Thought by Katelyn Jones

Ensuring women's access to information, training, and technology can ensure land and resources alike are used more sustainably.

A female farmer plants transplants at a farm in Pennsylvania
Zoe Schaeffer
Women and Girls

How Gender Bias Hampers Counter-Terrorism

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Global Insight by Katelyn Jones

Hoda Muthana's and Shamima Begum's requests to return to their home countries after joining ISIS have put women’s roles in terrorism at the center of popular news and conversations about violent extremism.

The Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube logos sit in front of the ISIS flag
Reuters
Women and Girls

New Resources for WPS Scholars and Practitioners

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Global Insight by Katelyn Jones

Once we learned that one of the most often-cited statistics about women is fabricated—scholars and practitioners alike were shocked.

Generations of Kenyan women stand together
Bennett Tobias
Women and Girls

The US Shouldn't Ignore the G-7 Gender Equality Recommendations

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Global Insight by Katelyn Jones

The United States needs to do more to ensure women are equally represented in legislative bodies.

President Trump, left, with Emmanuel Macron.
Inclusion and Equity

Women, Peace, and Security: Challenging Dominant Narratives

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Global Insight by Katelyn Jones

Citizens feel  disregarded and disempowered, motivating them to engage in demonstrations like the "yellow vest"  movement in France,  Black Lives Matter  in the United States, and the  #MeToo movement globally.

Protesters attack a female police officer accused of shooting a protestor in Burundi
Reuters/Goran Tomasevic
Women and Girls