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Equality week workshops with Add Gender: the outcome!

During Equality week in early October of this year, WINGS together with Add Gender hosted three days of seminars and workshops. Focusing on gender equality, bias and norms, and gender-equal communication, the series was a great success.
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On the 6th-8th of October, Alice Marshall and Jessica Areborn from Add Gender hosted a gender equality seminar, and two workshops on bias and norms, and gender-equal communication. Find the presentations from the seminar here, the workshop on bias awareness here, the workshop on gender-equal communication here

Also, the workshop participants, together with Alice and Jessica, drafted a list of recommendations for improvements in the work of the STEM equality boards to ensure equal opportunities and resposibilities for students and employees. Find it here. Check it out for tips on how to improve your working/teaching enivronment!

Furthermore, inspired by Vice-Chancellor Stacey Sörensen's introductory speech on the 6th, Add Gender and the workshop participants drafted a list of suggestions to improve the level of female representation at the Professor-level. Find the recommendations here

Did you miss out on these workshops? Don't worry, new opportunities are being planned for 2016!

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