The Gender Equality Measurement project is a research network that was initiated in 2011. It connects feminist scholars at Carleton University with gender equality consultants, policy makers, and civil society organizations within Canada and internationally.


Prof. Pauline Rankin, School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies
Prof. Diana Majury, Department of Law and Legal Studies
Prof. Doris Buss, Department of Law and Legal Studies
Prof. Christina GabrielDepartment of Political Science
Prof. Lisa Mills, School of Public Policy and Management


Foubert, Carly. “Gender Equality Measurement Symposium.” Carleton University Community First. October 5, 2016.

Bowness, Suzanne. “Measuring Those Who Measure: Gender Equality Measurement Project Boosting Carleton’s Reputation as an International Research Hub for Gender Analysis”. Carleton University Research. January 28, 2015.

“Advocating for Women at Home and Abroad.” Carleton University, Faculty of Public Affairs. November 17, 2014.

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