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UAVR team participated in the XI Portuguese Congress of Sociology

08.04.2021

On the March 29-31, Carina Jordão (UAVR, Portugal) attended the XI Portuguese Congress of Sociology "Heated identities: differences, belonging, and populisms in an effervescent world". The event took place in a virtual format. A talk entitled "Gender Equality Plans in Higher Education Institutions in Portugal: Rowing against the current?" was presented by the UAVR team.
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What have we learned in one year of online meetings?

26.03.2021

For sure that it is important to also communicate informally during online meetings, to reserve some time for reflection, and sometimes to freshen up the conversations by inviting special guests. This is what we did during our 7th consortium meeting (which we held [...]
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Final conference of GEECCO and TARGET

18.03.2021

CHANGErs Jennifer Dahmen-Adkins (RWTH, Germany), Ernesta Grigalionyte-Bembič (NIB, Slovenia), Janne Haack (IFAM, Germany), Sandra Karner (IFZ, Austria), Veronika Meskova (UNIZA, Slovakia), and Anita Thaler (IFZ, Austria) participated at the final conference of our two 'bigger sisters' GEECCO and TARGET on March 11, 2021.
Bente Knoll explained the Do's and Don‘ts of integrating gender equality in STEM fields along [...].
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UAVR team participation at INTED2021

17.03.2021

On March 8-9, Teresa Carvalho (UAVR, Portugal) attended the 15th annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference (INTED2021). The event took place in a virtual format. A paper entitled "Where is gender? A missing variable in scientific research" was presented by the UAVR team in the scope of this conference. It was published in the Conference proceedings and its abstract is available here https://iated.org/concrete3/view_abstract.php?paper_id=87627.
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Sara Diogo (UAVR) participates in a women's day event

17.03.2021

On March 8, Sara Diogo, from UAVR's Portuguese team, participated as an invited speaker in a Round Table discussion on International Women's Da. Her contribution focused on gender studies, inequality in Higher Education and the CHANGE project. The online event was organised by NELA - Núcleo de Estudantes de Línguas Aplicadas da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto. Around 20 people participated in the session.
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