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Open Collaborative Course on “Gender Equality in research and innovation: the journey towards Institutional Change”

1.6.2020, 0:00 - 31.7.2020, 23:45
Online
01
Jun

The Gender Equality Academy Horizon 2020 project is currently launching its first Distributed Open Collaborative Course on “Gender Equality in research and innovation: the journey towards Institutional Change”. This highly interactive online learning programme aims at condensing in an online format the best available knowledge and expertise on Gender Equality in Research and Innovation stemming from the GE Academy partners and an extended network of contributing nodes and projects from across Europe. Enrollment is now open and the DOCC can be accessed at any point in time in June and July.

This course is offered for free and its intended audience is the following:

  • Human resource officers
  • Researchers
  • Gender equality officers / focal persons; Equality / diversity officers
  • Middle managers aiming to start the path towards institutional change
  • Gender experts and trainers, organizational change consultants working with and for research organizations

Find more details, the timeframe, and what we offer, etc. at: https://ge-academy.eu/docc/ and the link to enroll: https://ge-academy-docc.eu/  

Learning objectives

  • Identify the main issues and problems at stake as far as gender inequalities in research, higher education and innovation are concerned
  • Know about the main EU policy frameworks and priorities to promote gender equality in research and innovation
  • Use a multiplicity of arguments to engage and advocate on gender equality in research
  • Understand the institutional change concept and the steps to foster it by designing, implementing and monitoring Gender Equality Plans
  • Become aware of actions and measures which have been implemented by Research Organisations across Europe and beyond to promote gender equality
  • Know how to integrate gender in the content and methodological choices of scientific research across a variety of disciplines learning from researchers themselves presenting their research projects
  • Comprehend the concept of intersectionality and use it to promote inclusive institutional change and excellent research
  • Recognize the interlinkages between promoting gender equality in scientific research and broader innovation

Course features

  • Free-browsing course curriculum divided in 6 modules
  • Course moderation during 8 weeks (1° of June – 26° of July)
  • Quizzes and assignment to monitor you learning
  • Live webinars
  • Blog space and forum for peer-to-peer exchanges and networking
  • Live Q&A with experts
  • Certificate of attendance