In the European Union, gender balance has been achieved amongst PhD Graduates. Indeed, in 2012, women made up 40% to 60% of PhD Graduates in every European country. However, the under-representation of women in research positions and senior academic ranks is still persistent. In 2011, women in the EU accounted for only
This document illustrates the overall objective, the workpackages and the tools of the PLOTINA Project. It contains an explanation of the first case study on gendered research on food. Together with a poster, it was used to present the project during the Gender Summit on 8/9 November in Brussels. The Gender Summit is a platform for dialogue between scientists, policy makers, gender scholars and key
Brussels, 3-4 November 2016
Plotina was present at the Genovate final Conference with three people: Plotina Coordinator Prof. Tullia Gallina Toschi, Susi Poli as member of the Audit Team, of Bologna University and Maria Mantini Satta of Centro Studi Progetto Donna e Diversity Mgmt.
The Genovate project sub title Transforming Organizational Culture for Gender Equality in Research and Innovation tells us that
The High Level Conference “Shift GEAR-Mainstreaming gender into academic and research organizations”.
(20 October in Brussels)
The European Commission and the European Institute for Gender Equality presented the GEAR Tool for Gender Equality in Academia at the High Level Conference “Shift GEAR-Mainstreaming gender into academic and research organizations”.
The main issues presented and discussed were about the three EC objective strategy on gender equality in research and innovation policy:Fostering equality in scientific careers Ensuring gender
PLOTINA met the Women’s Commission of the Universities branch of Eğitim-Sen, one of the largest and best-known Turkish workers’ unions operating in the education sector. The meeting took place in Istanbul under the auspices of Özyeğin University, Plotina’s Turkish partner. Özyeğin actively participated in the “Gender in the Academia Workshop” held by the Eğitim-Sen Women’s Commission, which was aimed at