EIGE’s gender trainers database features up-to-date profiles of gender trainers and organisations offering gender training across the EU. This database aims to help users find gender trainers with specific thematic knowledge, skills and the expertise to design training courses tailored to different needs and policy areas.Access the gender trainers database
Who is in the database?
The database offers a classified pool of more than 200 active training providers from 28 EU Member States.
- These training providers:
- work in a range of approximately 60 thematic policy areas, including education and training, employment and social affairs, violence or gender stereotypes
- apply a range of skills across 20 identified fields of expertise, such as gender analysis, statistics and indicators, tools development, gender impact assessment, gender budgeting, project planning, policy development/reform, and monitoring and evaluation
- come from a wide range of sectors, are affiliated with private companies, civil society organisations or universities, or act as independent consultants.
Is the database accurate?
The database is based on information provided by the gender trainers or training organisations themselves. Every effort has been made to ensure that the data are as accurate as possible.
EIGE trusts the quality of the services provided by the people and institutions in the database, but is not able to provide a guarantee. Therefore it is advisable to obtain further references from any trainers that the users of the database may seek to engage.
EIGE contributes to ensuring the quality of gender training by bringing experts together, organising events, producing practical materials and fostering the debate on quality standards for gender training.