The GENOVATE Community consist of seven GENOVATE partner institutions; the GENOVATE International Advisory Board; key strategic collaborators and stakeholders and the general public. It is a mechanism designed to facilitate meaningful knowledge exchange across the community at local, national and international levels within each of the partner institutions’ countries, across Europe and globally.
How to support more sustainable recruitment processes? How to integrate a gender equality perspective in recruitment processes? How to create an attractive and equal work place? How to increase a number of women in the IT sector?
LTU’s first Genovate Learning Circle on June 10, 2015 attracted both internal and external stakeholders with diverse competencies and experiences. Participants from two universities, companies, a municipality and a funding agency discussed and shared knowledge and experiences on recruitment in academia and other organisations. More pictures of the three-hour interactive workshop are available on the web site http://www.ltu.se/centres/cdt/Om-oss/Genus-och-mangfald/Genovate-Learning-Circle
The EARMA Annual Conference 2015 is open for Early Bird Registration until April 15!
This year’s conference with the theme: Global Outreach: Enabling Cultures and Diversity in Research Management and Administration takes place on June 28 – July 1, 2015 in Leiden, The Netherlands .
The conference has seven tracks reflecting the different sections of the profession. Read here more about the tracks http://conference2015.earma.org/programme-per-track/810/
EARMA (European Association of Reserach Managers and Administrators) represents the community of Research Managers and Administrators within Europe. Members work at the forefront of building the European Research Area, with implementing the European Research Programmes and initiatives. EARMA members form the interface between research funding organisations and the scientific community, bridging cultural and legal differences between countries, and between academia and industry, contributing to policy consultations, and managing the smooth running of research projects.
LTU Career change their name today to the Career Center. They celebrate the launch with university staff and students, companies and public organisations. This great opportunity to network ended with a panel discussion about "Future labor market - basic industry meets the digital industry".
The World Economic Forum’s annual meeting focuses on equality and inclusion, but female delegates make up only 17% of the attendees
Social inclusion is at the top of the agenda in Davos, Switzerland, this week, where the question of the role equality plays in driving growth is being asked at every given opportunity. However, of those asking that question, an important voice is missing: women’s. By The Guardian @guardian
A new report from ILO (International Labour Organization)
- Promoting gender equality at the workplace is not only the right thing to do, but also the smart thing to do. A growing body of evidence shows that utilizing the skills and talent of both men and women is beneficial for enterprises and for society in general.
- Based on analyses from twenty-one research teams in fourteen countries, this book explores what it takes to wield the emancipatory potential of ICT. The case-studies never fail to arouse curiosity, though some chapters are a little short, writes Morgane Colleau.
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