The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) organises an internal conference in the context of international women's day. EIGE's Head of the Outreach and Engagement Unit, Dennis van der Veur, will participate as a speaker to discuss different aspects of gender inequality.
The OECD organises a webinar about the importance of educational inclusion in STEM careers to close the gender pay gap. EIGE's researcher Irene Rioboo will participate as one of the speakers during the event.
The Conference from the European Banking Authority is organised in two panels. The first one will tackle the topic of 'Gender equality in the financial sector'. The second one will be on 'Setting gender equality in motion within EU bodies': exchange of views and ideas. EIGE's Director Carlien Scheele will give the conclusive speech.
On the occasion of International Women's Day 2023, the Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality of the European Parliament organises an interparliamentary committee meeting to discuss the topic: 'Gender aspects of energy poverty'. The cost-of-living crisis has a disproportionate impact on certain demographic groups, including women. EIGE's director, Carlien Scheele, will participate in the discussion, presenting EIGE's latest research and data.
High-level political meeting on the topics of gender mainstreaming in the budget process and on innovative methods to prevent gender-based violence. EIGE's director, Carlien Scheele, will take part in the meeting.
The event is organised by the World Bank and the Institute of Public Administration of Saudi Arabia. EIGE participates in the session on international experiences and lessons of gender balance programs: international rankings and methodologies. Milana Lazic, EIGE Project Manager, will present good practices in gender balance indicators and observatories outside the EU.
The Spanish Ministry of Equality organises a three day meeting under the name We Call It Feminism. During the event, feminists from all over the world, either as activists, academics or politicians will discuss how to work towards the goal of equality. EIGE's director, Carlien Scheele, will particpate in the meeting to give her insights. She will be joined by EIGE's Gender-based Violence Team Leader Cristina Fabre and Stakeholder Relation Team Leader Zivile Macijauskiene.
Within the framework of the EU Mutual Learning Programme in Gender Equality, aiming at cultivating conversations and sharing experiences on good practices on gender equality in Europe, this event is co-organised by the European Comission and co-host countries, Ireland and Austria. Participants, including EIGE, will discuss the role of men and boys in advancing gender equality and breaking gender stereotypes, and talk about the current situation in their own countries.
This flagship project aims to increase the awareness of policies for promoting Gender Equality across seven EU Member States. The project supports the beneficiary administrations to analyse policies and budgeting processes from a gender mainstreaming perspective. EIGE will support the general Gender budgeting training sessions on 14 and 16 February. Ligia Nobrega, EIGE's Gender Statistics Database Officer, will give a presentation 'Gender Statistics:
This is a working meeting, which EIGE, as part of the support committee to the Belgian presidency (2024), attends. The meeting aims at reviewing and discussing academic evidence on gender pension gaps. EIGE's role is to review a background paper and provide feedback, if possible.
Jolanta Reingarde, Senior Researcher at EIGE, will take part in the "Making Young Researchers' Voices Heard for Gender Equality" conference which will take place on 14-15 February 2023 in Malta. Action CA20137's main goal is to increase the visibility of inequalities faced by young researchers from a gender perspective and to promote sustainable dialogue between young researchers and stakeholders in the research ecosystem at the systemic level (European & national policy-makers) and at the institutional level (senior researchers, academic managers) by creating a community of gender equality practitioners composed of various stakeholders (young researchers, independent researchers, academic managers, organizations) across Europe.