Important news related to the EQUAL-IST project are presented below.
- November 29, 2018
Great news from the EQUAL-IST Project We have developed an online toolkit for designing and implementing GEPs in ICT/IST research institutions! Our toolkit offers you support for structural changes in terms of gender equality via agile examples of good practices, concrete initiatives, tools and guidelines You can visit the Toolkit, by clicking here The Toolkit…Read More
- June 4, 2018
EQUAL-IST Webinar on Sustainability of Gender Equality Plans and structural change measures in research organizations
4th of June 2018 13.00-14.30 CEST On “GoToMeeting” app The EQUAL-IST Team invites you to participate in the fourth Webinar titled: Sustainability of Gender Equality Plans and structural change measures in research organizations. During this online learning and sharing session, we would like to explore strategies and actions that can be taken by Research Organizations…Read More
- April 12, 2018
On the 12 and 13th of April 2018, the EQUAL-IST project will participate and present two of its scientific publications at the International Conference on Gender Research ICGR 2018 that will take place in Porto, Portugal, while an EQUAL-IST Partner is invited as a Keynote speaker. EQUAL-IST will be more than present at the first…Read More
- January 25, 2018
Our Second Webinar on Attracting and motivating girls toward STEM and ICT studies and professions has been completed successfully.
The Webinar was part of the EQUAL-IST Webinar Series: “Towards the implementation of the Gender Equality plans”, was held on the 16th of January 2018 via the “GoToMeeting” app and was about “Attracting and motivating girls toward the STEM and ICT studies and professions.” Significant speakers like Bianka Siwinska from the Educational Foundation “Perspektywy,” Line…Read More
- November 15, 2017
Our First Webinar of the EQUAL-IST Webinar Series: “Towards the implementation of Gender Equality Plans” on “Gender Sensitive Communication” has been completed successfully! The Webinar was held on the 3rd of November 2017 via the “gotomeeting” app and was about “Gender Sensitive Communication”. There were presentations on “Gender, language, empowerment” by Giuliana Giusti, Professor of…Read More