Al via il progetto Gender Time

L’associazione Donne e Scienza partecipa con Silvana Badaloni, coordinatrice dell’unità di Padova, e Cristina Mangia, membro dell’advisor committee.

L’obiettivo principale del progetto è identificare e implementare il migliore approccio sistemico per aumentare la partecipazione e lo sviluppo di carriera delle donne nella ricerca in un insieme di Istituzioni per mezzo di Self-tailored Action Plans.

Il prossimo incontro sarà a Padova 10-11-12 giugno pv. E’ previsto il 12 giugno un evento aperto in cui sono invitate/i le/i rappresentanti di altri progetti EU ora in corso e finanziati nell’ambito di call simili: in particolare Genislab, Festa, Integer, con l’obiettivo di identificare meccanismi comuni di promozione e controllo della parità’ di genere.

Lista dei Partecipanti:

  1. Egalité des Chances dans les Etudes et la Profession d’Ingénieur en Europe (Coordinatore), France
  2. Inter-University Research Center for Technology, Work and Culture, Austria
  3. Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy
  4. Linköping University, Sweden
  5. Université Paris Est Créteil, France
  6. Mihailo Pupin Institute, Serbia
  7. Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany
  8. Loughborough University, United Kingdom
  9. Fundacion TECNALIA Research & Innovation, Spain
  10. Donau-Universität Krems, Austria

Il sito del Progetto http://www.gendertime.org riporta molte informazioni.

 

Ecco la 3° newsletter GenisLab

This is the third issue of the Genis Lab newsletter, a web-tool aimed to inform people involved in the project and partner institutions on project activities and on how and what Europe is actually carrying out in the promotion of gender equality in science.
Genis Lab stands for GENDER IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY LAB: a EU funded project, financed by the 7th Framework Programme. The aim of GENIS LAB
is to create new working conditions in six European scientific organizations by using innovative methodologies of gender mainstreaming.

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SHEMERA. Euro-Mediterranean research cooperation on gender and science: SHE Euro-Mediterranean Research Area

Coordination: CIREM Barcelona-Spain
Partner: IDIS + consulenza Donne e Scienza
Start: January 2011

The 1995 Barcelona Declaration recognised ‘the key role of women in development’ in the Mediterranean region, and the need ‘to promote their active participation in economic and social life, and in the creation of employment’. During the 2006 Euro-Mediterranean Ministerial Conference Strengthening the Role of Women in Society, the Euro-Mediterranean Ministers stressed that the equal participation of women and men in all spheres of life was a crucial element of democracy and confirmed that only by the inclusion of all people and through determined action will the region’s women be able to fulfil their ambitions and aspirations and, by extension, contribute towards the realisation of the underlying objective of the Barcelona Declaration: the attainment of a common area of peace, stability and shared prosperity in the Mediterranean region. Given that the promotion of women in science is a key issue in the development of a Euro Mediterranean Research Area, the SHEMERA project aims to support Euro-Mediterranean cooperation in a joint effort to strengthen the role of women in science and indeed in all spheres of life. SHEMERA will represent a key contribution to increasing the knowledge base on gender and science issues in the Mediterranean Partner Countries, allowing further development of Euro-Mediterranean research cooperation in this field.

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GENIS LAB Gender in Science Laboratory

Coordination: Fondazione Brodolini Roma
Partner: Associazione Donne e scienza
Start: January 2011

The GENIS GENIS-LAB will operate on three levels: the organisational level (identification of specific management tools and definition of self tailored action plans aimed to promote internal structural changes); the social/environmental level (promotion of a communication and awareness campaign aimed at fighting against stereotypes – de-constructing the stereotyped relation between women and science); the trans – national European level (promotion of networking/mutual learning among involved scientific organisation to support the exchange of experiences, practices, efficient management tools).

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