Institutional Gender Analysis

Online Training Institutional Gender Analysis
Date
  • 7 September 2021
  • 9 September 2021
  • 16 September 2021
Time
  • 09:00-12:15 cest
  • 09:00-12:30 cest
  • 09:00-12:00 cest
  • All displayed in Brussels time
Trainers
  • Ana Belén Amil
  • Karim Mahmoud
Learning objectives
  • Introduce the concept of gender (+) analysis/audit (purpose, coverage)
  • Outline the objectives and the main steps of the analysis
  • Introduce the different methodologies available
  • Support a participatory approach to the analysis
  • Highlight the importance of building sustainable data collection systems and regular monitoring
  • Present and discuss strategies to efficiently mobilize collected data for the (re-)design and implementation of actions
Who is it for?
  • Gender Equality Plan teams
  • Gender equality officers/focal points; Equality/diversity officers
  • Human Resources officers
  • Statistical Services Officers
Training materials

Presentation_Day 1

Presentation_Day 2

Presentation_Day 3

Miro board (participants' expectations)

Miro board (indicators per key action area)

Updated handbook of gender-sensitive indicators in the Baltic Gender project

D2.4 EQUAL-IST Gender Audit Methodology for ICT Research Institutions v2

Gear action toolbox| European Institute for Gender Equality

Choosing indicators

Agenda

Trainers

Ana Belén Amil

CENTRAL EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY, GENDER EQUALITY OFFICER

Ana Belén Amil is currently working as Gender Equality Officer at Central European University (Budapest) for the EU-funded SUPERA Project (Supporting the Promotion of Equality in Research and Academia). She holds an Erasmus Mundus 2-year Master’s degree in Women's and Gender Studies and two postgraduate degrees in clinical psychology from the University of Buenos Aires.

Karim Mahmoud

Inspire Alliance, Consultant

Karim Mahmoud is a consultant with expertise in research and innovation management, spanning the entire lifecycle of R&D. He has a special interest in responsible innovation approaches and inclusive practices and is an alumnus of the Gender Equality Academy Train-the-Trainer programme. He holds academic qualifications in life sciences from the University of Glasgow (MSc) and the University of Aberdeen (BSc hons) and professional credentials specific to the higher education sector from the Institute of Leadership and Management.