The second day of the Final Conference “Regendering Science. For an inclusive research environment” of the H2020 project “PLOTINA. Promoting gender balance and inclusion in research, innovation an training” was spent in the same friendly atmosphere that prevailed yesterday: the camaraderie among the attendees was evident, and the interesting reflections made in the sessions that made up the day
The H2020 project “PLOTINA. Promoting gender balance and inclusion in research, innovation an training” is coming to its end, and it is holding its Final Conference, “Regendering Science. For an inclusive research environment”. The Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences at Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna is hosting the two days Final Conference, where 110 people from several European countries,
The Özyeğin Unversity shows two of the initiatives they have undertaken: the development of a gender equality unit, as well as joinging of a gender expert to their team.
The most important thing for the university was to institutionalize gender equality as a policy. That strongs the commitment of the university to make gender and gender equality equal value of the
This five-day school will acquaint participants with the roles and tasks of reviewers and editors of Food Science and Agriculture journals. Best practices in scientific publishing will be examined to initiate critical discussion around the question “Why are we publishing in food science and agriculture journals in the first place?”. Starting with an overview of the skills and tools
PLOTINA Project is joining the Gender Summit 17 in Amsterdam presenting its best practice implemented in the Università di Bologna thanks to ELH KOM cooperation. Here you are few tips to contrast unconscious bias and foster gender equality in Research Performing Organizations. You can download the poster and watch the video below.