GenPORT portal for quality resources in gender and science

STOA Breakfast event at the European Parliament (8:00 – 9:00) Followed by multi-stakeholder interchanges at the Residence Palace Press Centre (9:30 – 15:00) Background GenPORT is an FP-7 project that is developing a portal to quality resources on gender and science, covering multiple interest areas and resource types. The portal will be formally launched on 21st April 2016. In addition to providing Information about published research, studies, events, etc. the portal also offers access to experts and opportunities for sharing and exchanging knowledge and experience. Overview The Launch will begin at the European Parliament where you will hear from Members of the European Parliament and other policy makers, alongside GenPORT representatives. The session will examine the European STEM and gender landscape and how GenPORT can support policy making. We will then relocate to nearby Residence Palace were we will hear from international bodies on their latest work in the field and give participants ample time for discussion. STOA breakfast event CHAIR: Eva Kaili, MEP, STOA First Vice-Chair 8.00 – 8.05 Welcome and introduction Eva Kaili, MEP, STOA First Vice-Chair 8.05 – 8.15 Gender gap in Europe, focus on STEM education, R&D and IT careers, entrepreneurship, research grants Liisa Husu, Professor of Gender Studies, Örebro University, Member of GenPORT 8.15 – 8.25 The role of science and technology in overcoming barriers, gender-based innovation in the effective implementation of the Sustainability Development Goals Martina Schraudner, Head of Department, Gender and Diversity in Organizations, Technical University Berlin, and Director of Responsible Research and Innovation Unit, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, Germany. Your gateway to gender and science resources EPRS | European Parliamentary Research Service 8.25 – 8.30 Resources on gender and science, the contribution of GenPORT to policy making and beyond Jörg Muller, Senior researcher, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, GenPORT Coordinator 8.30 – 8.50 Q&A session 8.55 – 9.00 Conclusions Terry Reintke, MEP 8.55 – 9.00 Closing remarks Eva Kaili, MEP, STOA First Vice-Chair Stakeholder Forum at Residence Palace 9:30 – 10:00 Coffee and refreshments 10:00 – 10:10 Welcome Jörg Müller, Coordinator, GenPORT 10:10 – 11: 30 Panel 1: Institutional Agenda Setters 1. Barbara Limanowska, European Institute for Gender Equality 2. Katrien Maes, LERU: League of European Research Universities 3. Lidia Borrell-Damian, European Universities Association 4. Thomas Berghoefer, GENERA Gender Equality Network in the European Research Area 11:30 – 12:00 Discussion 12:30 – 13:30 Lunch 13:30 – 14:45 Panel 2: Partners, Champions, Ambassadors 1. Lotta Strandberg, NordfForsk 2. Gotelind Alber, Gender Climate Change (Gender CC) 3. Arn Sauer, German Federal Environment Agency 4. Michael Brennan, Pan European Networks Ltd 5. Ineke Klinge, H2020 Advisory Group on Gender 14:45 – 15:15 Discussion 15:15 –16:00 Networking, refreshments Further information Registration is now open: . The event is free of charge but registration is mandatory and you will need to provide information for Parliament security (with a valid passport or ID that you will need to bring with you on the day). Please email if you have additional questions. Limited travel grants are available.

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