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Second-year law students publish ‘Black Women Future Leaders’ report developed as part of Rangita de Silva de Alwis’s ‘Women, Law, and Leadership’ course

Institutional allyship—a solution to help improve diversity and combat workplace sexual harassment

Contributing to the research update article: Rangita de Silva de Alwis, Associate Dean of International Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Gen Z allyship research insights: Institutional allyship as a partial fix for sexual harassment

Written by Rangita de Silva de Alwis, Associate Dean of International Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Emerging Insights from Male Allyship Study of Gen Z Law Students at Penn Law

Associate Dean Rangita de Silva de Alwis leads the research on transformative leadership and allyship in collaboration with Penn Law students and Thomson Reuters. The student-led research team: Zahra Keshwani (L21), Research Team Leader; Michael Machado (L20), Chukwufumnanya Ekhator (L20), May Alajlan (LLM 20), Margaret Gallagher (LLM 20), and Lindsay Holcomb (L21)

A New Study Looks at Perspectives of Male Law Students on Shaping Future Inclusive Workplaces

This research project is developed and supervised by Associate Dean Rangita de Silva de Alwis and led by Penn Law students: Zahra Keshwani, Fumnanya Ekhator, May Alajlan, Michael Machado, Lindsay Holcomb, and Sarah Heberlig

How to redefine leadership through the allyship lens

Written by Rangita de Silva de Alwis, Associate Dean of International Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Male Allyship as the New Theory and Practice of Gender Equality

A co-authored study from Thomson Reuters and the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

A New Generation of Male Leaders Provide Insights on How to De Gender Leadership and Remove Stigma of Using Family-Work Policies

Principal Author: Rangita de Silva de Alwis, Associate Dean of International Affairs, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School & Co-author: Natalie Runyon, Director, Talent, Inclusion & Culture, Thomson Reuters

HOW THE BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT IS RESHAPING OUR THINKING ON BIAS IN AI

Written by Associate Dean Rangita de Silva de Alwis, Christian Zabilowicz, and Gitanjali Swamy

How to normalize work-family policies usage within workplace culture

Written by Rangita de Silva de Alwis, Associate Dean of International Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Allyship: Upstander vs. Bystander

Allyship as the New Theory and Practice of Diversity and Inclusion

Redefining Leadership in the Age of the SDGs: Accelerating and Scaling Up Delivery Through Innovation and Inclusion

Written by Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women and Rangita de Silva de Alwis Associate Dean of International Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. 

Women Leaders in Law and Business: Trailblazers, Innovators, and Disrupters in the Law (2019)

The research on the barriers to leadership were conducted through interviews with women leaders who have helped to dismantle structural barriers and blazed a trail for other women in law, business and public life.

Leading in a New Era: Law Students Shaping Inclusive Policies and Building Trust in Transformative Leadership

In the fall of 2019, students in the Women, Law, and Leadership Course at Penn Law interviewed over fifty women leaders in law and business, exploring the concept of gender in leadership and ways in which traditional notions of leadership are undergoing radical change.

First Collaborative Report with Thomson on Allyship Released

Male allyship is critical in the evolution of gender equality programs in the workplace. Indeed, when men are included in gender equality programs, 96% of organizations see progress — compared to only 30% of organizations when men are not engaged, according to the Harvard Business Review.

A New Era of Equality: Redefining Leadership through a Lens of Allyship

On Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 12:00 pm, Thomson Reuters will hold a program featuring a discussion on the ‘first of its kind’, ground-breaking research collaboration between Thomson Reuters and University of Pennsylvania’s Carey Law School.