Press By Jenn Galandy

Being Believed Shouldn’t Be A Barrier To Women In Politics

Published on the Huffington Post

Individuals from all corners of Canada stood in awe watching (or listening) to Jody Wilson-Raybould’s testimony to the House of Commons justice committee on February 27.

Many were shocked to hear about the alleged political interference from our prime minister in Canada’s justice system. Hashtags of #TrudeauMustGo went viral.

Why Can’t a Woman Be Defence Minister for a Change?

Published on Apolitical

The lack of female ministers and political leaders in government is a major policy issue affecting women everywhere.

The lack of representation by women in top positions is linked directly to the wider barriers women face in achieving fair and equal representation in politics and specifically the number of women in public office.

Jenn Galandy, Policy Project Manager, Publishes Thesis on Gender Representation in Canadian Politics


Published on NewsWire

In the spring of 2019, Jenn Galandy published a journal article derived from her Master’s thesis. The article Improving Gender Representation in Canadian Federal Politics and Parliament was featured in The Canadian Parliamentary Review, a quarterly publication of the Canadian Region of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association. Ms. Galandy’s publication examines gender representation in Canadian politics and parliament.