Parkland Institute is pleased to co-sponsor with the Women's Centre of Calgary a presentation by Kathleen Lahey on Gender and Economics in Alberta.
Do you have questions about income inequality? Have you seen anti-feminist reactions to the economic crisis? Want to learn more about how taxes can affect women and men differently? Professor Kathleen Lahey is a leading Canadian scholar on gender and economic policy.
Join us at 6:00 pm for a half-hour meet and greet, followed by Lahey’s talk and a Q&A.
Snacks and refreshments will be provided by The Canadian Association for Social Work Education.
About Kathleen Lahey
Kathleen A. Lahey is Professor and Queen’s National Scholar, Faculty of Law, at Queen’s University, Canada, cross-appointed to the Graduate Program in Cultural Studies and to the Department of Gender Studies, and Co-director of Feminist Legal Studies Queen’s. She specializes in all areas of tax law and fiscal policy, including women and taxation, economic justice, and comparative taxation. She is the author of two recent Parkland Institute reports, Equal Worth: Designing Effective Pay Equity Laws for Alberta and The Alberta Disadvantage: Gender, Taxation, and Income Inequality.