Project Report - Reimaging a Research Culture
INWES is a global network of organizations of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), reaching over 60 countries worldwide. The aim is to build a better future worldwide through full and effective participation of women and girls in all aspects of STEM.
The European Platform of Women Scientists is an international non-profit organisation that represents the needs, concerns, interests, and aspirations of more than 12.000 women scientists in Europe and beyond.
The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) is the official and trusted source of internationally-comparable data on education, science, culture and communication. Here it reports statistics on women in science.
The website gives an overview of the SWE’s mission, vision, and strategic goals and provide an overview of SWE’s key programs and member benefits.
The She Figures 2021 publication uses the latest available statistics to monitor the state of gender equality R&I across Europe and beyond, through providing comparable data and analysis for approximately 88 indicators. The data follow the ‘chronological journey’ of women from graduating from doctoral studies to participating in the labour market and acquiring decision-making roles, while exploring differences in women’s and men’s working conditions and research and innovation output.
The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) is an autonomous body of the European Union, established to contribute to and strengthen the promotion of gender equality, including gender mainstreaming in all EU policies and the resulting national policies, and the fight against discrimination based on sex, as well as to raise EU citizens’ awareness of gender equality.
Publications of the gender equality index in the European states since 2013.
FREE project - objective is to establish capacity building in higher education institutions in three countries in the Mediterranean region: Lebanon, Syria and Jordan, through empowerment of female academics in higher education.
Ensuring every girl has safe and meaningful access to digital technology and ICTs.
The 2021 Generation Equality Forum was a major global inflection point for gender equality. This landmark effort brought together governments, corporations and change makers from around the world to define and announce ambitious investments and policies. These diverse stakeholders have embarked on a 5-year journey to accelerate equality, leadership and opportunity for women and girls worldwide. This work will culminate in 2026.
American University of Beirut, in partnership with employers, government agencies, and civil society organizations to develop and support the implementing of inclusive policies and practices.
Grant to elevate women’s leadership in STEM, with $41.2 million investment by the Australian Government.
WEPAN is a non-profit educational organization recognized as the leading champion in North America for leveraging research and best practices to propel the inclusion of women in the field of engineering. WEPAN advocates to fully embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion to meet the demands of today’s innovation and performance-driven business culture.
The ARC (ADVANCE Resource and Coordination) Network works to achieve STEM equity in academia.
Report on progress in increasing gender, racial and ethnic diversity by the Pew Research Center.
A women-led nonprofit organisation to promote gender equality by building strong communities, fostering girls' leadership and making STEM education more accessible to women and girls, especially those furthest from opportunity.
The association of Mongolian Women Engineers, Technologists, Scientists and Mathematicians (Mongolian WSTEM) supports the activities of Mongolian women scientists, with the aim to make a significant contribution to the country's development in engineering, technology, and the sciences.
Catalyst is a global nonprofit supported by many of the world’s most powerful CEOs and leading companies to help build workplaces that work for women. The report presents data and findings in women’s representation in STEM globally and in Asia-Pacific, Canada, Europe, and the United States.
Website of an event held in 2019 by the Zorig Foundation. This program was one of the projects that were selected by the Embassy of Canada to Mongolia’s Canada Fund scholarship program.
Strategic plan of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Mongolia. UNDP is the UN’s global development network committed to helping the Government and the people of Mongolia achieve the Sustainable Development Development Goals as well as other national development priorities.
Strategy for inclusiveness, well-being and diversity in engineering workplaces promoted by the World Federation of Engineering Organizations.
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency is an Australian Government statutory agency created by the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012. The Agency is charged with promoting and improving gender equality in Australian workplaces.
Annual key findings from the reporting data in the WGEA Gender Equality Scorecard.
The Office of the Chief Scientist has published the 13th paper in the Occasional Paper Series, Busting myths about Women in STEM. The paper dispels four damaging and persistent myths facing women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), and highlights the need for ongoing action to encourage and support women to pursue careers in these areas.
The Institute catalyzes research and action to advance the education and success of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Australian Academy of Technology & Engineering rapid research information forum on the impact of COVID-19 on women in STEM.
WFEO, INWES and ISC webinar on the role of women in STEM at the UN CSW65.
Women in STEM in the European Union – facts and figures, presented by the European Student Think Tank.
Gender Research DOCC e-learning platform! DOCC stands for Distributed Open, Collaborative Courses.
Association of women in mathematics (French).
The European Women in Mathematics (EWM) is an association of female mathematicians. The Association is involved in policy and strategic work in promoting the role of women in mathematics and offers direct support to its members.
The National Academies held a virtual workshop on March 23-24, 2022 to explore the long-term impact of COVID-19 on the future careers of women in STEM.
EMBL conference addresses ways to keep ‘boats’ afloat in COVID-19 storm.
LGBTQ+ STEM DAY EVENTS
Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (oSTEM), Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit professional association for LGBTQ+ people in the STEM community. With over 100 student chapters at colleges/universities and professional chapters in cities across the United States and abroad, oSTEM is the largest chapter-based organization focused on LGBTQ+ people in STEM.
DisabledInSTEM was started by one disabled scientists with the goal of wanting to help make the path more accessible for future generations. This initiative strives make a space for anyone who identifies as disabled, neurodiverse, or chronically ill. The goal is to bring awareness, provide/highlight resources, and create a sense of community.
The National Academies of Sciences Engineering Medicine - Educational Pathways for Black Students in Science, Engineering, and Medicine: Exploring Barriers and Possible Interventions: Proceedings of a Workshop (2022)
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