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Introduction to Gender Equality Plans

This webinar is part of the GE Academy capacity building program. It explores the concept of institutional change for Gender Equality in Research organizations, and how Gender Equality Plans (GEPs) can be a mean for implementing them in view of achieving the 3 main ERA objectives. It offers a learning opportunity to HR managers and officers, equality officers and middle managers and whoever is or is envisaging to get involved in Gender Equality in research issues and feels the need of an introduction to the topic.

Gender in Research and Innovation

This webinar is part of the GE Academy capacity building program. program. It aims at informing attendees about ERA priorities on gender equality and related facts and figures. In addition, it sensitises on how gender is relevant in the entire research and innovation cycle as well as in innovation policies, presenting relevant studies and projects carried out in two Universities.

Mobilising and engaging. Creating long lasting commitment for gender equality in research

This webinar is part of the GE Academy capacity building program. It provides examples of promising practices of horizontal and vertical mobilisation on gender equality in research, examples of successful mobilisation of men for gender equality and inspiration about possible interventions. It offers a learning opportunity to GEPs teams, Equality Officers and change agents.

How to strategically frame gender equality policies & set priorities for change at your university?

This webinar is part of the GE Academy capacity building program. It aims at presenting different discursive frameworks for gender equality in research and higher education (HE) and highlighting discursive opportunities and tensions between gender equality policies and mainstream HE policies. It will provide examples of strategic framing and priority-setting.

Joint webinar with Gearing Roles | Bias & Resistances

This webinar aims at explaining and deepening the understanding of the role of gender bias in leadership and decision-making while exploring resistances to gender equality. Finally, strategies for tackling bias and resistances will be discussed.

Doing research on security and crisis situations with gender lenses: a case study on Integrating Sex and Gender in Research Content

This webinar is part of the GE Academy capacity building program. It aims at presenting about what the sex and gender dimension in different research disciplines may entail. Participants will get knowledge about how the gender dimension can be included in research on peace and security and understand the relevance of gender in crisis situations (i.e. covid-19 pandemic).

Intersectionality in institutional change processes in academic organisations

This webinar is part of the GE Academy capacity building program. It aims at introducing the concept of intersectionality, its origins and its relevance to institutional chang and highlighting key differences between intersectionality, multiple discrimination and diversity perspectives. Participants will get the chance to learn about methodological challenges to the application of intersectional approaches to institutional change in universities.

Applying intersectional perspectives in research and innovation – The cases of urban cycling and artificial intelligence

This webinar is part of the GE Academy capacity building program. It aims at helping in understanding the concept of intersectionality as applied to research and innovation processes and sensitising about the importance of designing research and innovation in an intersectional perspective, as well as about the pitfalls of ignoring this perspective. The webinar will inspire and provide practical examples of intersectional approaches to research and innovation.

Joint webinar with Gearing Roles | Challenges for feminist leadership in Higher Education Institutions

This webinar is part of the GE Academy capacity building program. It aims at deepening the understanding of the challenges and dilemmas faced by feminist leaders in complex organisations. The speaker draws on her own experiences to reflect on the ‘space’ and ‘power’ leaders have to bring gender equality forward.

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