Institutional Change for Gender Equality in Research
Lesson Learned from the Field
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Gender balance in research organizations is considered as a key step for ensuring research excellence and quality and inclusive-sustainable innovation. Still, in spite of an increasing number of HE and research institutions committed to make science more equal and some positive trends in figures on Gender equality in STEM research, it still appears to be difficult to prioritize gender equality. This is particularly true for disciplines such as ICT/IST where female representation at all levels is among the lowest ones among STEM topics and where a gender sensitive approach to ICT design and programming is far from being understood in its implications among computer and information systems scientist. H2020 (PGERI and SWAFS programmes in particular), promoted the concept of institutional change for gender equality, insisting on the need for merging change management and gender policies. The volume is focusing on a presentation and reflexive review of results and tools from the H2020 EQUAL-IST project to discuss opportunities to innovate and transform HR management and Institutional communication, research design, teaching & students services, via gender equality, and how such innovations could be multiplied and sustained with a focus on ICT and IST research organizations. The volume is complemented by contributions from other projects on institutional change in research.
Keywords: Context sensitive monitoring. Tools. Participatory approach. Italy. Cohalition building. Research. Structural changes. Gender Equality Plans (GEPs). Academia. Gender audits. Research organisation. IST research organizations. Inclusion. Equality. Sustainability. Gender Equality Plan. Institutional change. Research organizations. Information Systems. Physics. Gender Equality Plans. Gender equality plans. ICT Summer Camp. Structural change. Gender equality in research. Institutional communication. Gender equality in ICT/IST research institutions. Gender Gap. Gender. Diversity. Control bodies. Gender equality. Gender stereotypes. Quantitative and qualitative approach. Implementation. Co-design. Interventions. Resistances. Participatory Gender Audit. Planning. University. Information Sciences and Technology. Gender Equality Plans (GEPS). Learn-by-doing approach. STEM. Boards of directors. Gender segregation. Engineering. Crowdsourcing. Participatory assessment and design. Inequality.
Lingua: enISBN (print): 978-88-6969-335-9 ISBN (ebook): 978-88-6969-334-2