As part of the EGERA project (Effective Gender Equality in Research and the Academia, EU FP7) an international workshop on gender bias in the governance and evaluation of research will be organized in Paris on Monday, 23rd of February, from 2pm to 5.30pm

It is one of the key features of EGERA, a project aimed at structural changes for gender equality in research and higher education institutions, not only to address gender inequality in Human Ressource Management or knowledge production, but also to engage with its structural embedment into institutionalized practices of governance and research evaluation (both at the individual and collective levels).

This workshop is thus meant to bring a further step in this reflection. It will be opened to the academic community, but also to policy agents in charge of designing or supervising research evaluation mechanisms, and shall bring evidences that these mechanisms remain heavily gendered. It will also provide an opportunity for people involved in different structural change projects funded by the European Union, to share views on gender bias in governance and evaluation.

On this occasion, works from different disciplinary fields and national contexts will be presented by renowned specialists who extensively addressed these key issues in their own work or practice.

2 p.m to 5.30 p.m / CERI, 56, Rue Jacob,75006 Paris

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