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The European Commission concludes - “European research still suffers from a substantial loss and inefficient use of highly skilled women, and from a lack of gender dimension in research content”
New report analysing joint Nordic strategies and measures to promote gender balance among researchers in academia
The Danish Council for Independent Research announces a call for proposals for Autumn 2013 and Spring 2014
It is often challenging to combine a busy research career and family life. In order to ease this conflict a catering company now offers take-out food at Aarhus University (in Danish only)
NIKK administers Nordic funding for projects that can contribute to the Nordic gender equality work. Projects eligible for support must be of added value to the Nordic arena and provide added gender equality value.
An expert group, established by the EU Commission, has published a report analyzing how gender analysis contributes to research.
Website, initiated at Stanford University, employs sex and gender analysis as a resource to create new knowledge and technology.
On June 25th, NASA and NSBRI Presented a Virtual Workshop - The Impact of Sex & Gender on Adaptation to Space.
A Danish newspaper reports how EU will enhance gender equality when distributing future financial support for research.
The European Institute for Gender Equality undertook the task of constructing a composite indicator that reflects the multifaceted reality of gender equality – the work has resulted in the Gender Equality Index.
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