Interviews, mentions, etc.

2021

Sarah Vickerstaff and I were invited to the ‘Redundancy Podcast’ by David Watts (September 2021): https://theredundancypodcast.com/

Sarah Vickerstaff and I participated in Virtual policy event: The overlap between ageism and ableism in the workplace on 28 January 2021. Recording of virtual policy event on the overlap between ageism and ableism in the workplace is now online. This contains a short presentation as well as returns after breakout-room sessions to talk about some questions regarding these topics.

Based on this virtual event, we also co-written a report with ILC-UK: https://ilcuk.org.uk/enabling-age-at-work/

This report also was picked up by media: https://www.bizcommunity.com/Article/1/820/215778.html

2020

For ILC-UK I was invited to be a panel member for a webinar on Ageism, ableism and the coronavirus. The webinar can be watched back here: https://ilcuk.org.uk/webinar-ageism-ableism-and-the-coronavirus/

For International Women’s Day 2020 I was invited to participate in a panel discussion on ‘Ageism: A Feminist Issue?”, organised by Christiana Courtright, a senior strategist, 180 Kingsday, and LW&D Amsterdam.

2019

Together with Sarah Vickerstaff and David Lain I have written a contribution to the Ageing Issues blog: https://ageingissues.wordpress.com/2019/12/17/trapped-in-an-extending-working-life/

Sheila Callaham came to the GSA 2019, was interested in a presentation I gave, and did an interview with me and Sarah Vickerstaff: https://www.forbes.com/sites/sheilacallaham/2019/11/25/researchers-show-how-internalized-age-stereotypes-can-impact-career-decisions/#6d0fe4016eee

My research with Heejung Chung was mentioned in multiple online articles in 2019:

Heejung Chung, Mariska van der Horst. Flexible Working and Unpaid Overtime in the UK: The Role of Gender, Parental and Occupational StatusSocial Indicators Research.

Several news articles mentioned this research, including:
* https://www.zmescience.com/science/part-time-work-mothers-overtime-826322/
* http://www.daijiworld.com/news/newsDisplay.aspx?newsID=553813
* https://www.business-standard.com/article/news-ians/part-time-working-mothers-more-likely-to-work-longer-without-pay-119011600594_1.html

For a full overview see: https://springeropen.altmetric.com/details/51892300

2017

In 2017 my research with Heejung Chung was included in multiple news outlets:

Chung, H., & van der Horst, M. (2018). Women’s employment patterns after childbirth and the perceived access to and use of flexitime and teleworkingHuman Relations71(1), 47–72. (online first August 2017)

*https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/05/upshot/even-in-family-friendly-scandinavia-mothers-are-paid-less.html?partner=rss&emc=rss
*https://www.marketwatch.com/story/working-mothers-who-do-this-can-help-close-the-gender-wage-gap-2018-05-11

The research was included in policy documents as well
For a full overview see: https://sage.altmetric.com/details/24024580

In 2017, my research with Hilde Coffé was also mentioned in an online article:

Van der Horst, M. and Coffé, H. (2012). How Friendship Network Characteristics Influence Subjective Well-Being. Social Indicators Research, 107(3), 509-529.

https://www.polityka.pl/jamyoni/1693430,1,czy-istnieje-przyjazn-miedzy-kobietami.read

2013

This research with Hilde Coffé was also picked up for an article in Good Housekeeping, for which I gave a short interview in 2013:

Van der Horst, M. and Coffé, H. (2012).How Friendship Network Characteristics Influence Subjective Well-Being. Social Indicators Research, 107(3), 509-529.

https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/health/wellness/advice/g765/little-life-improvers/?slide=1