Blended learning in adult education: improve your skills and accessibility for target groups MAP stands for Motivate, Act, and Promote. These three concepts are key when it comes to adult educators who need not only to motivate adults to get involved in lifelong learning but also to implement quality-training activities often addressing audiences that can be difficult to reach: adults with low educational attainment, immigrants, long-term unemployed and people aged over 45.
How can organizations become gender-responsive and transformative? The presence of more women does not automatically mean greater equality. This course analyses success stories and barriers, and goes deeper by looking at gender as part of an organizational change management strategy, rather than as a stand-alone item on the agenda. Who attends this course? Leaders and managers at all levels in the public sector;
Registration is open! WHY: The GE Academy Summer School in TU Dublin will provide participants from higher education and research institutions with advanced knowledge, approaches and tools for the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Gender Equality Plans (GEPs). Special attention will be paid to the need to look at the intersection of gender and other attributes/identities in delivering institutional change.
The International Conference on Governance, Crime and Justice Statistics seeks to promote dialogue among the stakeholders involved in the production of statistical information on crime and criminal justice, including researchers, policymakers, and other data users. The aim is to increase the availability, quality and use of data to improve the analysis and design of public policies. The Conference stems from the vision of the “Roadmap to improve the quality and availability of crime statistics at the national and international level”, jointly approved by the UN Statistical Commission and the UN Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice.
The COVID-19 pandemic and its associated economic crisis have impacted women differently than men in the EU. The effects of the COVID-19 crisis are putting in jeopardy the progress achieved in the past decades in terms of the reduction of gender inequalities. The objective of this hearing is to analyse the main elements and causes of women's poverty in Europe and in third countries.
During the two days’ live sessions, women entrepreneurship supporting organization will have an opportunity to learn more on creating policies, lobbying and advocacy strategies, access to finance, and providing business support services, by sharing good practice examples and provision of tools to support learning and networking with peer organizations. What will WEgate training academy offer? Wide range of topics Combining theory and practice Downloadable reading materials Sharing good practices Networking Presenting variety of tools for each module
Registration is open until 6/5! WHY: This online Summer School will focus on gender research in cities and planning processes. It will look at the gender dimensions of urban and transportation research, considering in particular gendered-relevant aspects of important cross-cutting issues such as climate, energy and ICT at the urban scale. Gender affects who does research, how and which research questions are identified as important.
The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) is carrying out a project on gender-responsive public procurement (GRPP) in the EU. To support the contracting authorities in applying GRPP throughout the public procurement cycle, EIGE has developed a step-by-step toolkit which will be discussed with experts in this meeting. The focus of this consultation is: How GRPP contributes to closing gender equality gaps.
7th European Women Rectors Conference "Leadership in Higher Education and Research in Times of Dynamic Global Change" Online, 09 – 10 June 2021 Co-organized by ETH Zurich & EWORA The European Women Rectors Association (EWORA) is pleased to announce the 7th EWORA Conference on Leadership in Higher Education and Research in Times of Dynamic Global Change, which will be held "online" In this conference, the complexities that leaders navigate in change processes will be explored, and the influence of international crises such as climate change and pandemics in mediating the structural changes for achieving gender equality in academia will be shared through keynotes, panel discussions, and interactive workshops.
Participate in the “Art against Teen Dating Violence” contest! The Children First project’s consortium is proud to launch an online creative contest for adolescents (12-18 years old) attending schools, in order to reflect their understanding of relationships free from gender-based violence, through an innovative creative-artistic form! Do you work or are you in touch with young visual artists, video-makers or writers?
On 26 May 2021, the European Institute for Gender Equality is organising a virtual dissemination event for the launch of the report 'Estimation of girls at risk of female genital mutilation in the EU: Denmark, Spain, Luxembourg and Austria'. You can read the news article published by EIGE in connection to the study results here. Watch the video of the event In addition to presenting the latest findings on FGM in the EU, EIGE will look at what action is needed to raise the voice of communities affected by FGM.