Gender in the Portugal Research Arena: A Case Study in European Leadership

Gender in the Portugal Research Arena
Tuesday 20 July 2021
Throughout our analyses, one country stood out as leading among European countries in terms of the representation of women in research, particularly for early career researchers - Portugal. This led us to undertake the Gender in the Portugal Research Arena: A Case Study in European Leadership, for…

Do What You Like To Do

Prof. Rachel Amir, Do What You Like To Do
Thursday 1 July 2021
Prof. Rachel Amir's message to women, "Go with your dreams, with what you think is right and according to your inner desires. Do not give up. Tell yourself that you are capable, even when you are told you are not." Prof. Rachel Amir's inspiring story combines spirit and science and proves, that…

Article: The University of Salerno’s first Gender Equality Plan

Sunday 20 June 2021
The paper traces the roots at the heart of the Gender Equality Plan promoted by the University of Salerno (UNISA) in the framework of the European Project R&I PEERS pilot experiences for improving gender equality in research organisations. The implication of UNISA in gender policies goes back…

Article: Improving Female Researchers’ Careers through Gender Equality Plan Actions: Experiences from a Slovenian Research Institution

Thursday 20 May 2021
This article draws on experiences in implementing the Gender Equality Plan adopted at the Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts in early 2019. It discusses the careers of female researchers, their prospects for career advancement, and how their excellence is construed,…

ZRC's female researchers (from Slovenia) achieved remarkable results in 2020 despite Covid-19

Gender and Science
Thursday 20 May 2021
The year 2020 was special in many ways. The pandemic revealed everything that was weak and on shaky foundations and which collapsed and fell apart under aggravated circumstances: from health systems to democratic arrangements. The pandemic, which instigated quarantine and the cessation of public…

Zoom of 2nd Multisectoral Conference

zoom of R&I Peers 2nd Multisectoral Conference
Tuesday 4 May 2021
Link to the zoom of the 2nd Multisectoral Conference: The purpose of this conference is to disseminate the results and contribution of the R&I Peers project to advance the…

2nd Multisectoral Conference - Presentations

2nd multisectoral conference
Wednesday 21 April 2021
The purpose of this conference is to disseminate the results and contribution of the R&I Peers project to advance the gender equality in research and innovation in EU. The conference’s topic digs into what is the real impact of the GEP implementation, being internal and external to the GEP…

Dr. Faiga Magzal, a women researcher from Gush Halav, Israel, researchs insomnia and its relationship to the gut

Thursday 8 April 2021
Dr. Faiga Magzal, a resident of Gush Halav, Israel, is a researcher in the Laboratory of Nutrition and Human Health at the MIGAL Research Institute and a faculty member in the Department of Food Science and Nutrition at Tel Hai College. She researches the relationship between nutrition, gut…

Should you wear red at work?

Wearing red
Tuesday 15 December 2020
So you’ve got a key presentation today in front of an important client or your boss, or perhaps you’re heading out for a high-stakes interview for the job of your dreams. What do you walk out the door wearing for your big day? Common wisdom holds red to be something of a power color in professional…

28 Ways for Men to be (Better) Allies with Women

28 ways for men to be better allies with women
Monday 14 December 2020
......maybe you'll use this article as a starting point for conversations on your team about how allyship can show up in the workplace and create a fairer, healthier culture for all. Link to full online article by Molly Gamble  - Friday, August 21st, 2020 in Becker's Hospital Review: https://www.…