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Higher education and research – Moving towards gender equality ? Key figures, 2016 september

The french Minister for Naitonal Education, Higher Education and Rearch publishes key figures on gender equality in higher education an rearch. Gender equality has been a core principle of the European project since 1957. Championed both by European institutions and all Member States, gender equality has been enshrined in cross-cutting public policies and special measures […]

A data-backed study of gender differences in mathematics publication patterns, conference by Helena Mihaljevic-Brandt, European Women in Mathematics, Berlin, july 17 2016

EWM, jointly with the EMS Women in Mathematics Committee, is organizing an event during the 7ECM Berlin 2016, aiming at celebrating and giving prominence to female mathematics of excellence in Europe. Helena Mihaljevic-Brandt, gives a conference wrotten with Lucia Santamaria and Marco Tullney : A data-backed study of gender differences in mathematics publication patterns. Autors […]

Teaching With Feminist Materialisms: a teaching book by ATGENDER, 2015 november

The book series ‘Teaching with Gender’ collects articles on a wide range of teaching practices in the field of gender. It is published by ATGENDER The European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation. Vol. 12 is now available: Teaching with Feminist Materialisms. Teaching with Gender. European Women’s Studies in International and Interdisciplinary Classrooms directed […]

First GENDER-NET ERA-NET reports are now available, 2015 november

The GENDER-NET ERA-NET is a pilot transnational research policy initiative funded by the European Commission under the Science in Society workprogramme of the 7th Framework Programme, designed to address the common challenges still facing European countries and their research institutions in achieving gender equality in research and innovation. In an effort to reduce fragmentation across the European […]

Gendered research and innovation: Integrating sex and gender analysis into the research process, League of European Research Universities, 2015 september

Executive summary •  LERU universities aim to significantly contribute to creating new knowledge and to finding solutions to global challenges, such as climate change, security and public health. LERU universities realise that in order to do so effectively, they need to take into account potential sex and gender differences with respect to the way research […]