Visible Women with Caroline Criado Perez

Caroline Criado Perez has spent years investigating the gender data gap – and how women are simply forgotten in a world designed for men. Her best-selling book, Invisible Women, was published to critical acclaim, and Caroline was inundated with readers sharing their own stories of the “default male”.In her brand new podcast Caroline investigates what happens next: how can we close the gender data gap and design a world that works for everyone? Caroline will hunt for missing data, get in fights with manufacturing companies, and find the people who are working to close the gender data gap. You'll hear expert guests, gripping stories, and plenty of inspiration.Follow Visible Women wherever you get your podcasts.Bonus episodes featuring behind the scenes chats, rants, and stories from Caroline’s community of generic female pals will be released every Friday for Tortoise members and Tortoise+ subscribers on Apple Podcasts...

https://shows.acast.com/visible-women-with-caroline-criado-perez

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 39m. Bisher sind 5 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 2 hours 28 minutes

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episode 3: 3. Computer says no: is AI making healthcare worse for women?


Artificial intelligence has the potential to drastically improve so much of our lives. But it all depends on feeding the algorithms good data. Thanks to the gender data gap, when it comes to women, this is something of a problem.


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episode 2: 2. Can playgrounds be sexist?


Girls around the world are being pushed to the edges of their own playgrounds – forced into corners, or under stairs, as boys dominate the space. Caroline finds the data that shows why this matters -- and asks what we can do to fix it.


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BONUS: Morally Indefensible PPE


In the first Visible Women bonus episode, Caroline Criado Perez is joined by producer Hannah Varrall and data correspondent Patricia Clarke as she listens to tales of ill-fitting PPE sent in by listeners.


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episode 1: 1. Morally Indefensible PPE


When the pandemic hit, Caroline Criado Perez was inundated with messages from female healthcare workers telling her that their PPE didn’t fit. In this first episode of her brand new series, join Caroline as she asks: can we fix PPE?


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Introducing: Visible Women with Caroline Criado Perez


How can we fix a world designed for men? Best-selling author Caroline Criado Perez is on a mission to find the answers


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