08 Feb 2017
European Commission, 2015: Guidelines to help science organizations develop and implement policies to promote women’s participation in science, including collecting data and monitoring gender equality, engaging leaderships, policy-making and institutionalisation, etworking and empowering women to take action, integrating gender in education and research, and communications.
12 Oct 2016
European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE), 2016: Toolkit provides guidance for government and other institutions to assess whether their policies, programmes, action plans and projects reduce, maintain or increase the gender inequalities between women and men.
06 Oct 2016
AgShare, 2015: Guidelines for integrating a gender perspective into the different components of the AgShare methodology, a model that provides strategies for a coherent institutional approach to teaching and research in order to create a scalable and sustainable method of filling critical resource gaps in African MSc agriculture curriculum.
29 Sep 2016
GenPORT: Series of 25 policy briefs in: Recruitment & Promotion of Female Researchers; Implementing Gender Equality Plans in Research Performing Organisations (RPOs); Integrating the Gender Dimension into Research Content for RPOs; Integrating the Gender Dimension into Research Content for Research Funding Organisations (RFOs); Gender Balance in Decision-Making; and Thematic Briefs.
20 Sep 2016
European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE): Report identifies key factors in promoting gender equality within research organizations, discusses how the effectiveness of gender equality initiatives can be assessed, and identifies stakeholders' needs and priorities in relation to measures that could be made available for research institutions to support gender equality.
TYPE: Reports
20 Sep 2016
Tools for Change in STEM: A series of online workshops for to help universities retain women scientists, including workshops on best practices for family friendly policies and on individual strategies for women navigating workplaces that are shaped by implicit bias.
TYPE: Training
19 Sep 2016
League of European Research Universities, 2015: Paper outlines research areas with a need for gender analysis in research and innovation (GRI) and explains the role of Social Sciences and Humanities research in GRI. It gives concrete examples of research projects that include a GRI dimension and looks at established or emerging practice at LERU universities and other organizations.