This webinar, organised by the H2020 SUPERA project, will take the format of a facilitated exchange between less advanced and advanced organisations, where the first will pose questions related to setting up and implementing a gender equality plan (e.g. how to start, how to set up a team, how to decide on priorities, resources to foresee, how to mobilise internally, etc.) and the second will try to address the questions presenting their experience.
Know the GAP lecture by Natalia Nahmías, acting Consul in the Chilean Consulate in Bern and at the Embassy of Chile in Switzerland. Participation is open to the public and free of charge. All participants can enter the Zoom Webinar with this link or with the Webinar ID 937 5074 8913. In 2019 the WTI Gender Team, led by Prof.
This webinar, organised by the H2020 SUPERA project, aims at presenting the experiences of working with external stakeholders and the innovation ecosystem while implementing a Gender Equality Plan. Capitalising on the knowledge gained from our sister projects, Gender-SMART and CALIPER, the webinar will present the benefits of this collaborative approach which could be structurally built into the GEPs process to foster institutional change.
The event will be a series of lectures on diversity management, unconscious bias, stereotypes and inclusion and how to foster an inclusive environment. The lectures will be mixed with interactive exercises, which both aims at developing the participants’ own knowledge and reflection as well as give them tools they can bring home in their own organizations. Course objectives: To provide the participants with research based knowledge of diversity, unconscious bias and inclusive leadership and To provide the participants with a tool box of diversity and inclusion methods and exercises to implement in their own organizations as change agents.
Achieving Sex-representative International Court Benches: Ongoing Challenges and Insights from Feminist Theory Lecture by Prof. Neus Torbisco-Casals Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies This lecture is part of the Gender Lecture Series ‘Know the GAP! Looking for Gender Parity’ organized by Prof. Elisa Fornalé who leads the SNSF-funded research project ‘Gender Equality in the Mirror (GEM): Clothing the Invisibility of Women’s Participation at International Level’ housed at the World Trade Institute, University of Bern.
Know the GAP lecture by Neus Torbisco-Casals, Visiting Professor at the International Law Department of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. Participation is open to the public and free of charge. All participants can enter the Zoom Webinar with this link or with the Webinar ID 937 5074 8913. In 2019 the WTI Gender Team, led by Prof.
The International Research Conference Aims and Objectives The International Research Conference is a federated organization dedicated to bringing together a significant number of diverse scholarly events for presentation within the conference program. Events will run over a span of time during the conference depending on the number and length of the presentations. With its high quality, it provides an exceptional value for students, academics, and industry researchers.
Know the GAP lecture by Karoline Färber, PhD researcher at the Department of War Studies, King’s College London. Participation is open to the public and free of charge. All participants can enter the Zoom Webinar with this link or with the Webinar ID 937 5074 8913. In 2019 the WTI Gender Team, led by Prof. Elisa Fornalé, established the WTI Gender Lecture Series.
This course is aimed at equipping individuals in organisations of all types and sizes (Universities, NGOs, SMEs, Cities, etc) – who have the responsibility for developing project proposals – with the necessary skills and know-how in order to produce engaging, high quality, successful bids. While, the material taught is useful for any type of proposal irrespective of funding stream, the course does have a special focus on R&D / innovation-style proposals for Horizon Europe and especially proposals for the funding streams:
Recommendations and teaching practices with a gender perspective from the Gender Equality Nodes Network of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid During this 2021/2022, the Gender Equality Nodes Network of the UCM has worked on the analysis of experiences and practices on how to incorporate the gender approach in teaching. Results of this work will be presented on Friday, February 18, from 10:00 a.m.
The thematic conference on 15 February 11:00, organised by UN Women in Bosnia and Herzegovina in cooperation with the Agency for Statistics of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Agency for Gender Equality of Bosnia and Herzegovina, will present the "Women and Men in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2021" publication. The event will gather ministers, project partners, representatives of gender equality, statistical and European integration institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as representatives from the international community to discuss the latest data on the current status of women and men in the country.
Ahead of the Zero Tolerance Day for FGM, on 4 February, 3 - 4.30 pm CET, our colleague Eleonora Esposito, Seconded National Expert on Gender-based Violence, takes part in the End FGM European Network Zoom event “How do we end FGM? The Importance of Community Leadership” Register to attend the event here and join the Q&A session to find out more findings from EIGE's research and proposed actions.