Capacity Building Workshops
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The Capacity Building Workshops were the second step of the development of dialogue within genSET.  In each of the three Workshops, 25-30 stakeholder organisations worked with 3-6 gender experts in a participatory process that built on the recommendations of the genSET Consensus Report and construct or improve institutional gender action plans and drew upon the extensive expertise of gender experts facilitating.

After each workshop 5 stakeholder organisations received an additional one-on-one consultation with gender experts.  The procedures of each Workshop are meant to maximise the capacity of the participating organisations to institutionally integrate gender within their organisation.

The Workshops addressed three of the five priority areas of genSET.  Click the workshop title to find out more:

 

Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality

Location: The Tema Institute (Gender Studies), Linköping University, Sweden

Monday 28th until late afternoon Tuesday 29th March 2011

icon Briefing Document: Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality

icon Capacity Building Report: Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality

 

Advancing RTD through Gender-Fair Recruitment and Retention Strategies

Location:  Campus of the University of Vienna, Seminar room of the Institut für Ethik und Recht in der Medizin, Old Chapel, court 2.8, Vienna, Austria

Online phase: October – May 2011; Date: 19th - 20th May 2011

icon Briefing Materials on Gender-Fair Recruitment and Retention Strategies

icon Capacity Building Report: Gender Fair Recruitment and Retention Strategies#

 

Gender Stereotypes and Gendered Attitudes in the Assessment of Women’s Work

Location: Democritus 153 10 Agia Paraskevi Attica, Athens, Greece

Online phase: October-May 2011; Date: 3rd March 2011

 icon Briefing Document: Gender Stereotypes and Gender Attitudes in the Assessment of Women’s Work genSET

 icon Capacity Building Report; Gender Stereotypes and Gender Attitudes in the Assessment of Women’s Work genSET