You can find in this category all the documents that have been produced as part of genSET. These range from the Consensus Seminars Recommendations Report to double sided leaflets such as the A-Z of Why Gender Matters in Research and Innovation and summaries of the genSET project.
Briefing document prepared for the Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality workshop, held in Sweden. Briefing Document: Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality
Briefing document prepared for the Gender Stereotypes and Gendered Attitudes in the Assessment of Women’s Work genSET Capacity Building Workshop, held in Athens.
Briefing materials prepared for the Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality capacity building workshop, held in Vienna
The report on the outcomes and lessons learned from the Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality capacity building workshop, held in Sweden.
Report on the outcomes and lessons learned from the Advancing RTD through Gender-Fair Recruitment and Retention Strategies capacity building workshop, held in Vienna.
The report on the outcomes and lessons learned from the genSET Capacity Building Workshop, Gender Stereotypes and Gender Attitudes in the Assessment of Women’s Work genSET, held in Athens.
This document was prepared by the the genSET consortium for the Science Leaders panel to give them an overview of the gender in science and science knowledge making research available.
This supplement was produced to compliment the Consensus Seminar Briefing Document, based on the topics that the Science Leaders requested further information on.
The deliberations of the 14-strong Science Leaders Panel on the gender dimension in science have concluded with an overall institutional gender strategy composed of four priority areas and 13 specific recommendations. The report represents a new and authoritative voice, from scientists to scientists.
A condensed version of the genSET Consensus Seminar Recommendations.
This Manifesto represents views of individuals working in the European science system on the actions needed to enhance research and innovation by addressing gender equality issues. Each action distils the collective responses to questions asked in the online public consultation conducted by ESF and genSET in conjunction with the 1st European Gender Summit. As such, it complements the consensus recommendations of: a) the genSET Science Leaders Panel (1), b) the DG Research, Innovation and Science Expert Group on Structural Change in Research Institutions (2), and c) the Gendered Innovations project (3).
In the run up to the European Gender Summit 2011, genSET and ESF launched a Public Consultation on the Future of Gender and Innovation in Europe. We invited all stakeholders in European science and innovation to participate in the consultation. More than 300 individuals and institutions responsed, from 42 countries. The in-depth consultation on the future of research, innovation and gender was launched to complement the EC Green Paper "From Challenges to Opportunities: Towards a Common Strategic Framework for EU Research and Innovation Funding”. This report summaries the results of the Consultation.
© Consultation Report, genSET, 2011
© Result summary, graphs, design & layout by B. Lipps, ESF
This two page document, The A-Z of why Gender matters in Research and Innovation, demonstrates thanks to concrete examples how gender shapes and is shaped in research and innovation, a fantastic introduction of the many interacting disciplines, levels and areas that gender impacts on.
Valorisation Report: Symposium on Gender and Research Excellence in Poland, Poland Valorisation Symposium
Valorisation Report: The Role of Gender in Research and in Scientific Enterprise, Ireland Valorisation Symposia