The FP7 project implemented by the Centre for Social Management and Community Development
 
UAIC Project Coordinator
Doina Balahur
Prof. univ. dr. Doina BALAHUR
Professor, PhD, Department of Sociology and Social Work, CSMCD
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FP7European Commission, Directorate General for Research and Innovation, FP7-SCIENCE-IN-SOCIETY 2011-1, STAGES, Structural Transformation to Achieve Gender Equality in Science (SiS.2011.2.1.1.-1)

Project co-funded by the General Inspectorate for relations with the European Union of the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance (IGRUE).

Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance
UAIC Research Group on Gender Equality in Science

UAIC Research Group on Gender Equality in Science is a multidisciplinary research team set up within the frame of the STAGES project in order to conduct scientific studies and evaluations on Gender Equal Opportunities in Romanian educational and research institutions, particularly at the UAIC (see the main objectives, research group members, research and publications).

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"Gender Equality in Science" -
a theme for PhD studies


Cover women technological Since 2013, "Gender Equality in Science" is a theme for PhD studies at the UAIC. Prof. dr. Doina Balahur, scientific coordinator for PhD in Sociology, announced the topics and the bibliography for 2014 candidates competition. As for 2013, the research will be carried out in cooperation with the FP7 European project STAGES at the UAIC. (more info here).

Reports and presentations on UAIC-STAGES actions

Brussels Communication

STAGES Mid-term Workshop on “Gender and Science - Advancements and resistances in fighting structural inequality”

(Brussels, 25 March 2014)
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The main aim of this workshop, that has been held in Brussels on the 25th March 2014, was to present the first results of the project and to open a public debate on new policies and instruments to promote structural changes in order to achieve gender equality in science. The presentations have been given by the STAGES team leaders of the five research institutions that are partners in the Project’s Consortium: Daniela Falcinelli (University of Milan, Italy), Jürgen Wilke (Fraunhofer-IAO, Stuttgart, Germany), Evanthia Kalpazidou Schmidt (University of Aarhus, Denmark), Doina Balahur (“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi, Romania) and Inge Blejenbergh (Radboud University of Nijmegen, Netherland), and also by Marina Cacace (ASDO, Italy). Some representatives of the similar FP7 European projects on Gender in science have shared their experience in a “Dialogue on the structural change”: Uduak Archibong (Genovate Project), Silvana Badaloni and Yvonne Pourrat (Gender Time Project), Pat O’Connor (FESTA Project), Anne Pépin (Integer Project), Flavia Zucco and Barbara De Micheli (GenisLab Project). Gilles Laroche (Head of Unit, DG Research and Innovation) and Viviane Willis-Mazzichi (Head of Sector) as well as preeminent gender-and-science experts like Caroline Bélan-Ménagier, Inés Sanchez de Madariaga, Virginia Valian, Jadranka Gvozdanovic, Alice Hogan, Claudine Hermann, Katrien Maes and Paul Walton have also contributed to this scientific event. Please read below the Agenda of the workshop.

To see the Communication presented by Prof. Doina Balahur, please click here.

STAGES Mid-term workshop

GENDER AND SCIENCE. ADVANCEMENTS AND RESISTANCES IN FIGHTING STRUCTURAL INEQUALITY

(Brussels, 25 March 2014)

Draft Agenda
Brussels, March 25th, 2014
Espace Banca Monte Paschi Belgio, 22-28, Avenue d’Auderghem
08.30 WELCOMING COFFEE AND REGISTRATION

09.00 OPENING SPEECHES

  • Michele Palma, General Director of the Office for General and International affairs and interventions in social field, Department for Equal Opportunities - Presidency of the Council of Ministers of Italy
  • Gilles Laroche, Head Unit B7, Science with and for Society, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission
09.20 FIRST SESSION - NEGOTIATING CHANGE IN FIVE RESEARCH INSTITUTION: THE STAGES EXPERIENCE AT MID-TERM
Chair: Caroline Bélan-Ménagier, MIPADI, French Ministry of research
  • Daniela Falcinelli, University of Milan, Italy
  • Jürgen Wilke, Fraunhofer-IAO, Stuttgart, Germany
  • Evanthia Kalpazidou Schmidt, University of Aarhus, Denmark
  • Doina Balahur, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania
  • Inge Blejenbergh, Radboud University of Nijmegen, Netherland
  • Marina Cacace, ASDO, Italy
Discussion

11.30 COFFEE BREAK

11.45 SECOND SESSION - DIALOGUE ON STRUCTURAL CHANGE (PARALLEL DEBATE – WORLD CAFE « CAFE SCIENTIFIQUE »)
Chair: Viviane Willis-Mazzichi, Head of Sector “Gender”, Unit B7, Science with and for Society, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission
  • Uduak Archibong, Bradford University, United Kingdom, Genovate Project
  • Silvana Badaloni, Padua University, Italy and Yvonne Pourrat, ECEPIE, France, Gender Time Project
  • Pat O’Connor, University of Limerick, Ireland, FESTA Project
  • Anne Pépin, CNRS, France, Integer Project
  • Flavia Zucco, Donne e scienza, and Barbara De Micheli, Fondazione Brodolini, Italy, GenisLab Project
13.15 LUNCH

14.15 ROUNDTABLE
Chair: Inés Sanchez de Madariaga, Director, Women and Science Unit (UMYC), Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness
Keynote speech: Virginia Valian, Hunter College, The City University of New York (CUNY), USA
Reports of thematic groups Contributions:
  • Jadranka Gvozdanovic, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Germany
  • Alice Hogan, founding director of the ADVANCE projects at the National Science Foundation (NSF), United States, member of the International Board of Scientific Advisors, STAGES Project
  • Claudine Hermann, Vice-president, European Platform of Women Scientists (EPWS), France
  • Katrien Maes, Chief Policy Officer, League of European Research Universities (LERU), Belgium
  • Paul Walton, University of York, United Kingdom
Discussion

17.00 CONCLUSIONS

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