How to increase women´s participation in science?

2.3.2018

On the 21st November 2017 the conference “Women in Science – How to increase women´s participation in science?” took place in Brussels, Belgium.

Gender in Open Science and Open Innovation

2.3.2018

GENDERACTION will soon release a report on “Strategic advice for enhancing the gender dimension of Open Science and Innovation Policy”. Reed more about its reveals and recommendations for stakeholders.

Why we need GENDERACTION

2.3.2018

Marcela Linková Gender equality is one of the five priorities of the European Research Area. While it is clear that we are making progress in Europe, a lot remains to be done, and at various levels. Member States play a crucial role in this endeavour as they are responsible for creating the legislative and institutional […]

What is ahead of us

1.3.2018

Trinity College Dublin will host the 10th European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education.

1st Mutual Learning Workshop report

26.2.2018

The results of the workshop, especially the set of criteria for good practices for NAPs and measures, will be taken up in the first report on priority 4 implementation within NAPs.

The STEMM Equality Congress

20.2.2018

The STEMM Equality Congress is a two day conference hosted annually focusing on equality, diversity and inclusion in the STEMM fields.

Snapshots from the 1st Mutual Learning Workshop in Vienna

16.2.2018

On February 6th and 7th a workshop on ERA national action plans and implementing of ERA´s 4th priority took place.

Public consultation on EU R&I funding

5.2.2018

Outcomes of this public consultation will be among others used for the next generation of financial programmes. The deadline was set for March 8th 2018.

Marcela Linkova on LERU´s implicit bias paper

23.1.2018

We do not often see this in policy documents, as if power were a dirty word. But it is important not to shy away from this because power is, after all, part and parcel of social relations, and we cannot tackle gender equality without attending to power.

A Scientist’s Gender Can Skew Research Results

16.1.2018

Scientists know about it at least since 2014 but very little has happened. Editors of scientific journals or funding agencies could require reporting gender of experimenter. But at the moment, they don’t.