Based on strong experience
The Horzon 2020 gender equality community is far-reaching. We build our work on the vast experiences of other projects like ours.
BALTIC GENDER (2016-2020) brought together eight scientific institutions in five countries around the Baltic Sea to work on reducing gender inequalities in Marine Science and Technology by developing Gender Equality Plans.
EFFORTI (2016-2019) sought to analyse and model the influence of measures to promote gender equality in research and innovation outputs and in establishing more responsible and responsive RTDI (research, technology, development, innovation) systems.
EQUAL-IST (2016-2019) aimed at introducing structural changes in research organizations to enhance gender equality within ICT (Information and Communications Technology) through implementing Gender Equality Plans.
GEECCO (2017-2021) aimed to establish tailor-made Gender Equality Plans in four European universities and to implement the gender dimension in two research funding organisations in funding schemes, programmes and review processes.
GEDII (2015-2018) provided evidence linking gender diversity and research performance aiming to enable research policy- and decision-makers to significantly enhance the capacity of European research.
GENERA (2015-2018) aimed at continuing, monitoring and improving the Gender Equality Plans of research institutions and organisations specifically in the physics research field.
HYPATIA (2015-2018) aimed to develop a theoretical framework on gender inclusive STEM education and to produce, test and promote a toolkit with practical solutions and modules for schools, businesses and science centres and museums across Europe.
LIBRA (2015-2019) increased the representation and participation of women in leadership positions in life sciences by implementing innovative Gender Equality Plans.
PLOTINA (2016-2020) enabled the development, implementation and assessment of self-tailored Gender Equality Plans with innovative and sustainable strategies for the research performing organisations involved.
SAGE (2015-2018) was designed to seek stronger action on gender equality in higher education and research, through the design and implementation of Gender Equality Plans.