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Towards the GEAM (Gender Equality Audit and Monitoring) tool workshops: what’s in it and why to participate
Date
  • 27 April 2021
Time
  • 11:00-11:50 cest (Brussels time)
Speaker
  • Jörg Müller
Co-organised with
GE Academy_ACT_GEAM
Learning objectives
  • Provide a brief overview of the Gender Equality Audit and Monitoring (GEAM) tool. Main purpose, features, availability.
  • Present the objectives and content of the forthcoming hands-on online workshop and illustrate how participants will be guided to use and customize the GEAM tool to use it in their organizations.
  • Clarify all questions and doubts about methodology and expected learning outcomes for participants.
Who is it for?
  • Gender Equality officers and managers in research and higher education institutions
  • Human resources officers in Higher Education Institutions and RPOs
  • Researchers
  • Science managers
  • Academics forming part of equality committees and working groups
Webinar Material

Presentation

Introduction to the GEAM tool: framework, rationale and thematic components

Full Webinar

Agenda

Speaker

Jörg Müller

Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Gender and ICT research program, senior researcher

Jörg Müller is senior researcher at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3 – UOC) in Barcelona, Spain where he forms part of the Gender and ICT research program. He obtained his PhD in Communications at the European Graduate School (EGS) in Saas-Fee, Switzerland and holds a degree in Sociology and Computer Science from the Free-University in Berlin, Germany. He has been coordinating several European projects on gender and science, including “GenPORT – Your gateway to gender and science resources” (2013-2017), GEDII – “Gender-Diversity-Impact” (2015-2018) and “ACT - Communities of Practice for Accelerating Gender Equality and Institutional Change in Research and Innovation across Europe” (2018-2021). Main research interests include practice-based approach to gender (in)equality, the science of team science, and new, data intensive research methods within the social sciences.