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  • genSET Gender in Science | Testimonials | About Us
    Belarusian Bulgarian Catalan Chinese Simplified Chinese Traditional Croatian Czech Danish Dutch Estonian Filipino Finnish French Galician Georgian German Greek Haitian Creole Hebrew Hindi Hungarian Icelandic Irish Italian Latvian Lithuanian Macedonian Maltese Norwegian Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Serbian Slovak Slovenian Spanish Swedish Turkish Ukrainian Urdu Welsh Yiddish Home Overview Structure Patrons Stakeholders Gender Statement Consortium About Portia Testimonials Consensus Seminars Recommendations Report Participants Seminar Briefing Documents Capacity Building Workshops Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality Advancing RTD through Gender Fair Recruitment and Retention Strategies Gender Stereotypes and Gendered Attitudes in the Assessment of Women s Work Valorisation Symposia Ireland Poland European Gender Summits EGS 2012 EGS 2011 Contact Downloads Feedback on genSET The promotion of gender equality is part of the European Commission s strategic approach in the field of research and innovation It contributes to the enhancement of European competitiveness and the full realisation of European innovation potential In this framework we welcome the success of projects such as genSET which demonstrate the essential role the EU has to play in contributing to long term sustainable solutions in addressing gender imbalances in science Robert Jan Smits Director General for Research and Innovation European Commission on genSET The multi stakeholder

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  • genSET Gender in Science | Consensus Seminars | Consensus Seminars
    Georgian German Greek Haitian Creole Hebrew Hindi Hungarian Icelandic Irish Italian Latvian Lithuanian Macedonian Maltese Norwegian Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Serbian Slovak Slovenian Spanish Swedish Turkish Ukrainian Urdu Welsh Yiddish Home Overview Structure Patrons Stakeholders Gender Statement Consortium About Portia Testimonials Consensus Seminars Recommendations Report Participants Seminar Briefing Documents Capacity Building Workshops Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality Advancing RTD through Gender Fair Recruitment and Retention Strategies Gender Stereotypes and Gendered Attitudes in the Assessment of Women s Work Valorisation Symposia Ireland Poland European Gender Summits EGS 2012 EGS 2011 Contact Downloads Consensus Seminars genSET Consensus Report Recommendations for Action on the Gender Dimension in Science Between March and June 2010 three genSET Consensus Seminars brought together 14 European science leaders to share knowledge and experience and arrive at a consensus view on the gender dimension in science and on the priorities for gender mainstreaming action in scientific institutions The question How European Science Can Benefit from Integrated Action on Gender framed the deliberations on the gender dimension with a specific focus on 1 bringing about greater equality of opportunity and treatment in recruitment and advancement of women and men scientists and in assessment of their performance and work and 2 Incorporating gender and sex in the research process in science knowledge making and in the science value system to improve quality and excellence of scientific endeavours Consensus Seminar Framework The genSET Consensus Seminars adapted the format of the traditional Consensus Conference process putting the science leaders in the role of a lay panel meant to reach consensus with the help of gender researchers as experts and science stakeholder institutions as their public The consensus recommendations developed by the Science Leaders Panel call for action in four areas of the gender dimension in science science knowledge making deployment of

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  • genSET Gender in Science | Recommendations Report | Consensus Seminars
    Filipino Finnish French Galician Georgian German Greek Haitian Creole Hebrew Hindi Hungarian Icelandic Irish Italian Latvian Lithuanian Macedonian Maltese Norwegian Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Serbian Slovak Slovenian Spanish Swedish Turkish Ukrainian Urdu Welsh Yiddish Home Overview Structure Patrons Stakeholders Gender Statement Consortium About Portia Testimonials Consensus Seminars Recommendations Report Participants Seminar Briefing Documents Capacity Building Workshops Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality Advancing RTD through Gender Fair Recruitment and Retention Strategies Gender Stereotypes and Gendered Attitudes in the Assessment of Women s Work Valorisation Symposia Ireland Poland European Gender Summits EGS 2012 EGS 2011 Contact Downloads The genSET Consensus Report Recommendations for Action on the Gender Dimension in Science Download the consensus report genSET Consensus Report Recommendations for Action on the Gender Dimension in Science The deliberations of the 14 strong Science Leaders Panel on the gender dimension in science have concluded with an overall institutional gender strategy composed of four priority areas and 13 specific recommendations The report represents a new and authoritative voice from scientists to scientists Notably the work of the Science Leaders Panel has highlighted only the beginning of an important dialogue between gender experts and leaders of scientific institutions The 120 research reports used

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  • genSET Gender in Science | Participants | Consensus Seminars
    in general medicine and surgery cardiology oncology obstetrics and gynaecology paediatrics geriatrics and in general practice She completed general practice training and then decided to go into medical publishing working first for Medical Tribune in the UK and then for Medical Action Communications Astrid joined The Lancet as an Assistant Editor in 1993 becoming Deputy Editor in 2001 Among her interests is a commitment to promoting the need for women in medicine and more broadly in science and to identifying and discussing barriers to their career development Henrik Toft Jensen is Lecturer at the Department of Environmental Social and Spatial Change at Roskilde University Denmark He was Rector of Roskilde University from 1989 to 2006 and Chair of the Danish Rectors Conference from 2000 to 2002 Dr Toft Jensen started his career at the Department of Geography of the University of Copenhagen where he worked from 1968 to 1973 Until 1975 he was an adjunct professor at Falkonergårdens Gymnasium Denmark He then joined the Department of Geography Social Science and Computer Science of Roskilde University where he served as Head of Department from 1982 to 1987 Dr Toft Jensen is involved in a variety of higher education projects and expert committees within and outside Europe Amongst others he has been member of the Committee for Research and Technological Development of the EU s 7th Framework Programme since 2007 the Chair of the steering committee of the E4 Group s European Quality Assurance Forum since 2006 and a member of the Irish Universities Quality Board IUQB since 2006 He is a member the External Review Panel of the Singaporean universities and was a member of an advisory panel to the Singaporean government from 2003 to 2006 He was the Chair of the Steering Committee of EUA s Institutional Evaluation Programme 2001 2007 and also represented EUA in the E4 Group until 2007 Dr Toft Jensen is and was also involved in several Danish bodies both in the fields of higher education and geography Dr Toft Jensen studied political science and geography at Copenhagen University and holds several honorary degrees Amongst others he is Doctor Honoris Causa of the Linguistic University of Nizhniy Novgorod Russia Nick Kitchen is Vice President HR Research and Development at Unilever Nick has a BA and DPhil in Chemistry and joined Unilever as a Research Scientist at Unilever Research Colworth in 1984 After a very short period as a scientist Nick moved into HR in 1985 His first role was as a Recruitment Manager for UK National Management and after this he has held a variety of factory and Head Office HR roles These have included Lever UK Brooke Bond Foods as well as a period back at Colworth this time exploring how to help people change rather than playing with test tubes He was then responsible for a global HR project Garuda which was designed to change the way HR was structured and how processes were undertaken Nick then moved to Unilever s Corporate Centre to be the VP HR Finance and IT In this role his principal responsibilities were for the development of the future organisation of these functions and for future leaders In 2004 Nick became HR Director for LeverFaberge Unilever s Home Personal Care business within the UK In this role he was responsible for leading the development of skills capabilities and culture to deliver market success for this 1m turnover business He then returned to the Corporate Centre taking responsibility firstly for HPC Brand Development and then in late 2007 Nick became HR VP R D responsible in a HR sense for Unilever s 6000 R D staff globally As a member of the R D Leadership Team this involves building capability for the future identifying and developing the future leaders of the profession and representing the needs of R D within the global HR community Curt Rice became the Vice Rector prorektor for Research and Development at the University of Tromsø on January 1st of 2009 From 2003 2008 he worked as the Director of the Centre for Advanced Study in Theoretical Linguistics CASTL which was the first Centre of Excellence at the University of Tromsø and in the first cohort of Centres of Excellence created in Norway He also received funding from NordForsk to start a Nordic Network of Excellence the Nordic Language Variation Network which brings together sociolinguists and generative linguists to study issues of linguistic variation Rice is a co editor of Linguistic Inquiry and is on the editorial board of Lingua Nordic Journal of Linguistics and Norsk lingvistisk tidsskrift He has written and spoken widely on various topics related to scientific leadership including the connection between leadership and gender issues in the academy Martina Schraudner is Professor for Gender and Diversity in Organisations Institute of Machine Tools and Factory Management at the Technische Universität Berlin She also works for Fraunhofer which is a special construct at the University of Berlin Dr Schraudner studied biology and biotechnology at the Technical University of Munich where she earned her doctorate After several years of research visits to the Society for Environment and Health Research and the Swiss Federal Technical University in Zurich she became Deputy Head of Department at the Research Centre Jülich After completing her doctorate at the Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture Humboldt University Berlin Dr Schraudner moved to the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft The focus of their work includes the development of business health and life sciences as well as the establishment of gender mainstreaming in research particularly the integration of gender issues in research Since 2004 she has been in advisory bodies of the Federal Government and the EU She has been a board member of the Total E Quality eV Since 2007 Karen Sjørup is Associate Professor at the Institute for Society and Globalisation Roskilde University She has an MSc in Sociology from the University of Copenhagen She is currently a member of the Lønkommissionen and of the Association for Gender Research in Denmark Dr Sjørup was

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  • genSET Gender in Science | Seminar Briefing Documents | Consensus Seminars
    Czech Danish Dutch Estonian Filipino Finnish French Galician Georgian German Greek Haitian Creole Hebrew Hindi Hungarian Icelandic Irish Italian Latvian Lithuanian Macedonian Maltese Norwegian Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Serbian Slovak Slovenian Spanish Swedish Turkish Ukrainian Urdu Welsh Yiddish Home Overview Structure Patrons Stakeholders Gender Statement Consortium About Portia Testimonials Consensus Seminars Recommendations Report Participants Seminar Briefing Documents Capacity Building Workshops Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality Advancing RTD through Gender Fair Recruitment and Retention Strategies Gender Stereotypes and Gendered Attitudes in the Assessment of Women s Work Valorisation Symposia Ireland Poland European Gender Summits EGS 2012 EGS 2011 Contact Downloads Seminar Briefing Documents The Briefing Notes were collectively composed by the staff teams of all Consortium partners and put together in a final document by the Portia team They were sent to the Science Leaders Panel before the first Consensus Seminar A supplement of information was sent to the Panel before the second Consensus Seminar also available for download Notably they are meant to foster discussion and reflection rather than give a comprehensive critical review of the field of research into gender questions within science knowledge production Much discussion and debate surrounded the Briefing Notes but unequivocally they provide

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  • genSET Gender in Science | Capacity Building Workshops | Capacity Building Workshops
    Macedonian Maltese Norwegian Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Serbian Slovak Slovenian Spanish Swedish Turkish Ukrainian Urdu Welsh Yiddish Home Overview Structure Patrons Stakeholders Gender Statement Consortium About Portia Testimonials Consensus Seminars Recommendations Report Participants Seminar Briefing Documents Capacity Building Workshops Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality Advancing RTD through Gender Fair Recruitment and Retention Strategies Gender Stereotypes and Gendered Attitudes in the Assessment of Women s Work Valorisation Symposia Ireland Poland European Gender Summits EGS 2012 EGS 2011 Contact Downloads Capacity Building Workshops 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 Briefing Document Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality 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 Briefing Materials on Gender Fair Recruitment and Retention

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  • genSET Gender in Science | Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality | Capacity Building Workshops
    Gender Stereotypes and Gendered Attitudes in the Assessment of Women s Work Valorisation Symposia Ireland Poland European Gender Summits EGS 2012 EGS 2011 Contact Downloads Workshop Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality Location The Tema Institute Gender Studies Linköping University Sweden Date 28th and 29th March 2011 Briefing Document Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality Capacity Building Report Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality Poster Advancing Excellence in Science through Gender Equality In recent years there have been major policy developments and policy debates on both the search for excellence in science and the need for more effective gender mainstreaming and gender equality measures However these two sets of initiatives have usually been promoted rather separately from each other This separation has typically applied equally at organisational national and European levels This workshop brought together policies and practices on science excellence and gender mainstreaming and gender equality In particular it examined how excellence in science can be enhanced through greater gender equality The focus was on excellence and gender equality in science organisations and institutions especially universities research institutes and research councils and funders what research managers management leaders and leadership can do to enhance excellence and promote gender equality at the same time policy implementation and practices using examples of successful interventions on excellence and gender equality The workshop was designed for science stakeholder organisations and their leaders who wish to develop their policies and practices on excellence gender mainstreaming and gender equality It was facilitated by international gender experts including Professor Jeff Hearn Guest Professor Liisa Husu both Linköping University Dr Carl Jacobsson Swedish Research Council Professor Martina Schraudner Fraunhofer Institute and Dr Maya Widmer Swiss National Science Foundation Professor Simone Buitendijk TNO and provided an opportunity for dialogue between leaders of science organisations and

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  • genSET Gender in Science | Advancing RTD through Gender-Fair Recruitment and Retention Strategies | Capacity Building Workshops
    Document Advancing RTD through Gender Fair Recruitment and Retention Strategies Capacity Building Report Advancing RTD through Gender Fair Recruitment and Retention Strategies Poster Workshop Advancing RTD through Gender Fair Recruitment and Retention Strategies Gender Action Plans do not help women only They can establish procedures and structures that reduce bias and inequality in the recruitment and promotion of researchers improve the working climate and reduce brain drain by retaining highly qualified and motivated personalities It can be challenging to transfer Gender Action Plans across research organisations because each has to be tailored to the specific circumstances of the institute and adapted to national laws and research structures What works and what does not and how to measure their success must be considered as part of the process Recruitment promotion and retention procedures often favour a social group or disadvantage others and the mechanisms leading to this inequality are not always obvious guidelines can be circumvented procedures can have unintended effects The target group of this workshop was research institutions all over Europe who want to implement new or improved Gender Action Plans at their organisations Participants were representatives of science organisations who have the responsibility for the implementation of gender policies This workshop went beyond usual debates on gender policies It built on the participants experienced or anticipated problems in the context of gender policy implementation Participants and organisers drafted the workshop agenda interactively Interactive Preparation Phase December 2010 April 2010 In the preparatory phase of the workshop participants were asked to bring their ideas requirements and questions and to actively take part in the development of the workshop programme which was tailored to their specific needs The workshop offered extensive information on Gender Action Plans general and in respect to individual requests exchange of experiences and ideas with other

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