Gender Content in STI
Challenging the Gender Equality norm in STI fields
Abstract presented at the Eu-SPRI 2022 conference “Challenging Science and Innovation Policy", Utrecht, 1-3 June 2022. It explores the arguments and pathways for moving from quantitative gender equality towards qualitative inclusivity in research and innovation content, challenging the gender equality norm in the STI fields.
Design Practices: “Nothing about Us without Us”￼
This paper analyses design processes such as user-centered design or participatory design, as well as methodologies regarding, lead user innovation, community knowledge extraction, and community organizing. These issues are considered within the context of universities and standard bodies, key stakeholders in gender equality.
Enhanced Gender Knowledge & New Content
Paper that presents the four literature studies that were elaborated within the GEECCO project, which aimed to provide an enhanced gender knowledge base for particular STEM research fields
Taking diversity in research projects into account – How to make it work￼
This handbook for teachers in technology and natural sciences illustrates how you can identify and integrate relevant aspects of diversity into your research projects such as defining new variables, developing methods, and incorporating them into your publications.
Diversity in Teaching Handbook– How to make it work￼
This handbook for teachers in technology and natural sciences illustrates how you can identify and consider relevant diversity aspects of your participants through concrete examples for teaching formats as well as recommendations from lecturers at the TU Graz.
Integrating the gender dimension in the content of research and innovation
Research paper part of the project “Gender Equality in Engineering through Communication and Commitment”, which aims to inform and convince, politicians, and funding bodies, about the importance of gender sensitive research for the quality and reliability of new technologies.
Integration of Sex and Gender into Research
These online training courses, developed by the CIHR institution aim to distinguish as well as define “what is sex, what is gender” in health research.
Sex and Gender in Health Research￼
Learn how to integrate sex & gender into research design and practices when appropriate through Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Research Action Plan
Sex and Gender Research Methods￼
Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR), provides practical tips and tools from researchers on integrating sex and gender into various fields of health research.