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Video - Male Allyship in STEM Panel at Carleton University

Carleton University’s Faculty of Engineering and Design hosted a panel discussion regarding the roles and responsibilities men can have in creating a positive and sustainable impact in support of women in science and engineering. Discussion topics include the “allyship continuum” (from apathy to advocacy), what makes someone an ally, challenges with allyship, and examples of how men can support women in science and engineering. The men on the panel share their experiences with their male peers and the ways that they have engaged with other men to encourage positive steps forward.

Credit: Carleton University’s Faculty of Engineering and Design 

Date: 2020