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Benchmarking policy measures for gender equality in Science Benchmarking policy measures for gender equality in Science

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The study was carried out by Elyse Ruest-Archambault with the support of Prof. Nick von Tunzelmann from the Science and Technology Policy Research Unit (SPRU) of the University of Sussex, in collaboration with Dr Simona Iammarino from SPRU, Nick Jagger and Dr Linda Miller from the Institute for Employment Studies. The Serbian team from the Mihajlo Pupin Institute included Prof. Djuro Kutlaca, Dr Dusica Semencenko, Sanja Popvic-Pantic and Maria Mosurovic.

Informe sobre la Mujer y la Ciencia Informe sobre la Mujer y la Ciencia

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Presesntado en la Comisión de Derechos de la Mujer e Igualdad de Género.

Ponente: Britta Thomsen.

Mapping the maze: getting more women to the top in research Mapping the maze: getting more women to the top in research

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Informe realizado en 2008 por el "WIRDEM working group" para la Comisión Europea.

Measuring gender differences among Europe’s knowledge workers Measuring gender differences among Europe’s knowledge workers

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Informe realizado por Hakan Wilén en 2006 para la Comisión Europea

Monitoring progress towards Gender Equality Monitoring progress towards Gender Equality

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Estudio realizado por Lut Mergaert para la Comisión Europea en 2008.

"This report presents the results of the study ‘Monitoring progress towards gender equality in the Sixth Framework Programme’ for the activity areas ‘Citizens and governance in a knowledge- based society’, so-called Priority 7 (Social Sciences and Humanities) and the related ‘Support for the coherent development of policies’ actions, including the Priority 7 relevant ‘policy-oriented research’; as well as the ‘Science and Society’ activity area.
The study aimed at providing an assessment of the mainstreaming of gender in the conception and management of the programme and projects, the participation of women in the programme and projects and the extent to which the EU-funded research in the above-mentioned fields meets the needs of both women and men and contributes to an enhanced understanding of gender issues."

On equality between women and men 2005 On equality between women and men 2005

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Report from the Commision to the Council, the European Parliament, the European Economic and Social Commitee and the Committee of the Regions.

Open Access. Opportunities and chalenges Open Access. Opportunities and chalenges

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Informe elaborado por la Comisión Europea en 2008.

Política científica de la Unión Europea Política científica de la Unión Europea

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Informe elaborado en 2001 por el grupo ETAN sobre las mujeres y la ciencia.

Socio-economic Sciences & Humanities and Science in Society in 2007. Highlights of the Year Socio-economic Sciences & Humanities and Science in Society in 2007. Highlights of the Year

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European societies are changing very rapidly and we need to better understand how and why. The dynamics of science and technology interact with social, economic and political developments and this leads to new production, consumption and learning models. Activities that aim at a stronger engagement of society in the debates on the directions of research are an essential part of a modern research policy environment. This is where the “Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities” (SSH) and “Science in Society” (SIS) programmes of the Directorate-General (DG) for Research make a valuable contribution.

Waste of talents: turning private struggles into a public issue Women and Science Waste of talents: turning private struggles into a public issue Women and Science

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This report puts the women and science issue into a new perspective, that of a wider Europe. At the eve of the most significant enlargement in the European integration history, women scientists from the Enwise1 countries speak out in order to fully contribute to the European Research Area. From 1 May 2004, new countries will join the European Union. In this context, it is important to take action to enhance further transformation of values and attitudes, both in the current and new Member States. The fact that EU research policy opened its programmes and activities as ear- ly as the beginning of the 1990s will, of course, help to smooth the way. This report is an important contribution to this process. It reveals the large proportion of highly qualified women scientists who are currently working in the research institutions of the Enwise countries in very poor conditions, representing a real waste of talents for both their national sci- entific communities and the European Research Area.

Women and Science: Excellence and Innovation. Gender Equality in Science Women and Science: Excellence and Innovation. Gender Equality in Science

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Commision staff working document (2005).