The new article by CHANGEr Jennifer Dahmen-Adkins and her colleague Helen Peterson explores the experiences of micro change agents for gender equality in European RPOs during a structural change project. The analysis draws on empirical data consisting of information submitted by the micro change agents and collected using three different monitoring tools, developed within the project to follow the progress of the implementation efforts, but also to provide an arena for individual and collaborative reflection and knowledge exchange between the partners. The aim of the article is to present a systematic analysis of the change practices that these micro change agents experienced as useful and important for promoting gender equality in their different organizational contexts. The results from this study can be useful when developing gender equality strategies, policies and practices and can also be used to empower gender equality micro change agents that face challenges while trying to implement GEPs and promote structural change in any kind of institution.
The full paper can be downloaded here.