Podcast: Turning point on remote work? The caring load in a pandemic. Female president, ever?

Podcast: Turning point on remote work? The caring load in a pandemic. Female president, ever?

The Women's Agenda Podcast
This week we’re talking about remote work, and whether the sudden need to work from home is a turning point that will make it stick.

We also share some difficult facts about the spread of coronavirus, and the broader impacts of the pandemic for women.

AND we ask if we will ever see a female US President in the near future, after Elizabeth Warren ended her campaign for the Democratic nomination.

Join Georgie Dent, Shivani Gopal and Angela Priestley for another wide-ranging conversation!

To end on a lighter note, we share our entertainment and food ideas (including what we’d do with the kids) during a period of self isolation.

Listen below, or go and subscribe at your favourite podcast platform. Just search for The Women’s Agenda Podcast. 

Some of the key stories we discuss are shared below:

The new and urgent need for normalising flexible work

The new and urgent need for normalising remote and flexible work

The mass school closures possibility: How would working parents cope?

The mass school closures possibility: How would working parents cope?

Women more likely to survive coronavirus, but suffer higher rates of depression anxiety and insomnia

https://www.scmp.com/news/china/society/article/3074168/women-more-likely-survive-coronavirus-china-studies-find

‘Little girls will have to wait 4 more years’: Elizabeth Warren ends presidential campaign

‘Little girls will have to wait 4 more years’: Elizabeth Warren ends presidential campaign

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