Category: Studies

During the third and fourth week of September, WPL and partners have organised a series of events to capitalise on the presence of leading leaders in the city of New York…

On November 23rd, the Women in Parliaments Global Forum (WIP) presented the WIP – Harvard – Facebook study: “Social Media: Advancing Women in Politics?” at the Mexican Senate.  This is the third presentation of the new WIP study, which has also been discussed in the European Parliament and the Italian Senate. The event was hosted […]

On 18 October, the Women in Parliaments Global Forum (WIP) organised the roundtable discussion “Communication 2.0 and Social Media. An opportunity for more women in politics?” at the Italian Senate. This discussion was hosted by Linda Lanzillotta, Vice-President of the Italian Senate and Member of the WIP Executive Board. Speakers included Anna Maria Bernini, Member […]

Women in Parliaments, in collaboration with Harvard University and Facebook, launched the cutting-edge report, “Social Media: Advancing Women in Politics?” at the European Parliament, on October 11. The event was hosted by MEP Martietje Schaake. The report is the first of its kind as it is based on a survey that examined the use of […]

WIP presented the preliminary report of the WIP-Facebook study on the use of social media by female Parliamentarians during the WIP Global Summit 2016 in Jordan. This first analysis, elaborated by the Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, was discussed during the session “Politics in the Digital Age”. The preliminary report includes survey answers from […]