Gender Equality Plans and the challenge of intersectionality: from design to implementation, monitoring and evaluation
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 summer school will comprise a conference on Athena Swan (on day 1), followed by 8 sessions of 90-minutes each over the remaining 4 days. It will include seminars, workshops, roundtables and keynotes on the following topics:
The Dublin Summer School includes participation to the Athena Swan Conference on 14 June, organised by TU Dublin. This conference will open with a keynote lecture (45mins) delivered by Dr. Gemma Irvine, Vice-President of Equality & Diversity in Maynooth University (Ireland), followed by the Q&A session.
This will be followed by three sessions, each dedicated to a specific theme:
The main objective is to facilitate sustainable institutional change in these organisations and equip participants with strategies to face barriers and resistance.
The summer school is designed for experienced agents engaged in institutional change in research and innovation through GEP implementation. In particular, we welcome:
Applicants will be notified about the outcome of their application by TBC.