Gender Equality in R&I International Cooperation
Co - Design Labs Concept Note
The Co-Design Labs Concept Note aims help participants understand the challenges Gender STI focuses on and encourage them to develop solutions.
Concept Note of Gender STI Framework
This framework builds a shared understanding on how to approach the gender perspective in dialogues with third countries in the area of STI.
Guide on integrating equity, diversity, and inclusion considerations in research￼
Guide by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), which provides research communities resources to include diversity and inclusion considerations into their research.
Gender Equality in STI in International Cooperation
Article published in the memoirs of the “XIII Congreso Iberoamericano de Ciencia, Tecnología y Género, Quito-Ecuador, 14 July 2021”. It showcases the status of gender equality in International Cooperation and STI.
Statement of Principles: Promoting the Equality and Status of Women in Research
Global Research Council Gender Working Group principles & actions, representing participants perspectives in the GRC 2016 Annual Meeting on how the development of policies can promote the equality & status of women in research.
Global Research Council: Resource list on Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion
Resource list by research councils about gender equality, diversity, and inclusion and how these initiatives impact researchers & staff.
Inclusiveness in Research: a manual for research personnel and RTOs
Created as part of the Horizon 2020-funded Gender STI project, the “Inclusiveness in Research: a manual for research personnel and RTOs” aims to guide those working in the field of Science, Technology, and Innovation (STI) on implementing gender and inclusiveness dimensions into research and innovation (R&I) culture and content. It is meant to support the work of all research personnel in the field of STI.
Inequalities for Women in STI
Proceedings of the "5th International Conference on Gender Research, 2022". This paper provides insights on gender inequalities in STI through the study carried out in six EU countries and ten from America, Africa and Asia.