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Welcome to the EGERA project!

Effective Gender Equality in Research and the Academia

Director of Sciences Po at a press conference to unveil the first-ever HeForShe
IMPACT 10x10x10 University Parity Report

As part of the HeForShe IMPACT 10x10x10 initiative, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka,Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women, Irina Bokova,Director-General of UNESCO and Emma Watson, British Actor and UN Women GlobalGoodwill Ambassador joined eight President from some of the world's leadinguniversities (Georgetown University, Hong Kong University, University of Leicester,Nagoya University, Sciences Po, Stony Brook University, University of Waterloo andUniversity of the Witwatersrand) at a press conference to unveil the first-ever HeForSheIMPACT 10x10x10 University Parity Report.

Media and Covery Report pdf

The Project EGERA

EGERA intends to promote a full set of measures to achieve gender equality and fight gender-based stereotypes in research and the academia.
EGERA is a tool for achieving two overarching objectives:

  • Gender equality in research and higher education
  • Bringing a gender perspective in research contents and outputs

EGERA pursues both an ambitious and pragmatical objective by tackling the opacity of recruitment and appraisal procedures, gender bias in evaluation and practices which contribute to slow down women's careers. A Europe-scale project EGERA brings together 8 research and higher education institutions from 7 EU member states + Turkey.
Actions to be undertaken by respective partners shall to be also understood as a whole EGERA shall communicate a spirit of innovation, transparency and openness EGERA will constitute a label of equality, fairness and excellence.

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