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.
SHEMERA - SHE Euro-Mediterranean Research Area- is a European project funded under the FP7 which aims to enhance research cooperation on gender and science between the European Union and the Mediterranean Partner countries (Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia). It is providing the state of the art, data collection and relevant comparative analysis in Mediterranean Partner Countries about gender equality and policies in research careers.
On Friday, 30th May, an EURO-MEDITERRANEAN WORKSHOP ON GENDER AND SCIENCE, organized during the SHEMERA FOURTH PROJECT MEETING, was held in Città della Scienza in Naples. Ofelia Pisanti and Ilenia Picardi participated in the afternoon session on "Policies and measures to promote gender equality in the evolving context of MPCs", where the Mediterranean Partners Countries presented the present situation in their countries and proposed recommendations for the policy action in the labor market and in the field of research.
I've presented a paper as invited speaker at the 23th. International Congress for Creative Drama in Education, at the session of Women and Education, in Ankara University. My presentation summarized the current climate and culture condition of Ankara University through Genovate research and its title is "Understanding Basic Indıcators of Gender Equality in Academy: The Case of Ankara University"
Bedriye Poyraz also presented a paper as invited speaker at the same session entitled as "Is Academy a Heaven for Women Researchers?" and she also summarised her other own research results by comparing with the Genovate climate research.
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