The Canadian Mathematical Society has an active Women in Mathematics Committee. Its mandate is to “monitor the status of women within the Canadian Mathematical community and the CMS, recommend actions to the Board which will assure equitable treatment of women, and encourage the participation of women at all levels of mathematics.” The website contains useful information about activities, meetings and resources for female mathematicians, especially in Canada.
The Chinese Mathematical Society has a committee:
The Working Committee for Women in Mathematics, Chinese Mathematical Society (WCWM-CMS) was founded in October 2012. Its present chair is Xing Li, Ningxia University. As one of the branches of the Chinese Mathematical Society (CMS), this committee is a national non-profit academic organization in which women mathematicians who are engaged in research, teaching and applications of mathematics can share their scientific research through academic exchanges both in China and abroad, and let their voice be heard by the world not only as scholars but also as women.
The second oldest organization for women mathematiciens, femmes et mathématiques was founded in 1987.
"Peu de filles dans les filières techniques et scientifiques, peu de femmes dans les métiers scientifiques, en particulier en mathématiques, c’est de ce constat et de la volonté d’y remédier qu’est née en 1987 l’association femmes et mathématiques. Elle compte actuellement environ deux cent membres, pour l’essentiel des mathématiciennes travaillant à l’Université ou dans des organismes de recherche et des professeurs de mathématiques de l’enseignement secondaire ou de classes préparatoires …"
Since the early days of EWM there has been a German section of European Women in Mathematics. It has organised a number of national and international meetings; it also maintains an email distribution list (ewm-info) for Germany with information on job ads and other matters. The German Mathematical Society (DMV) has Diversity and Equal Opportunities as one of its fields of activities and cooperates closely with the German section of EWM in this context. The Emmy Noether Lectures were initiated by the Diversity and Equal Opportunities representative in 2008. The Arbeitskreis Frauen und Mathematik is a sub-unit of the Gesellschaft für Didaktik der Mathematik (= German society of math education) (GDM) and is mainly concerned with math education and history of mathematics.
Here is an interactive map on which you can locate female mathematics professors in Germany.
Japan does not as yet have an official organization, but the Mathematical Society of Japan (MSJ) has an Equal opportunity committee with web site (in Japanese, for the moment). The committee’s main actions are 1. Support for mathematicians bringing their children to mathematical meetings, 2. Encouraging high school girls to go on to mathematics(e.g. summer schools), 3. Membership in Japan Inter-Society Liaison Association Committee for Promoting Equal Participation of Men and Women in Science and Engineering (EPMEWSE).
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was founded to contribute to the development and diffusion of technology in mathematical sciences to support academic advancement and active exchanges among Korean mathematicians and expand the base of women in mathematics.
The Mexican Mathematical Society has recently set up La Comisión de Equidad y Género (A commision for equality and gender). Under their initiative, Mexican women in mathematics had their first meeting in January 2014.
held their first meeting at Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad in April 2014. They are in the process of setting up their organisation and intend to meet once every year.
This is an organization of women (men are accepted as members as well). Goals: self-organization of the Russian scientific community, professional and moral support for women in science and education, unification of the effort of scientists, academics, teachers and students with the aim of preservation and development of science and education in Russia.
AWSE has many conferences, mainly on mathematics, mathematical modeling, applications of mathematics in other sciences (biology, ecology, economics etc.), and teaching of these subjects at the university level, and also on outreach and interrelations of the scientific community with schools. The chair is Galina Riznichenko, firstname.lastname@example.org. Galina is a professor of biophysics at Moscow StateUniversity.
(Women and Mathematics) is a subcommittee of the Spanish mathematical society Real Sociedad Mathematica Espanola (RSME). Contact: email@example.com
of the Sociedad de Estadistica e Investigacion Operativa (SEIO)
(Society for Statistics and Operations Research)
(Welcome to women mathematicians) is an open database for women in mathematics with a connection to Sweden. All women mathematicians, from students to professors, are welcome to register.If you are looking for a mathematician, it is easy to search the database using search criteria such as degree or research area.
has an active committee on Women in Mathematics. It runs an annual Women in Maths Day and Mary Cartwright lecture. It offers small childcare grants for attending conferences, and the Grace Chisholm Young Fellowships to mathematicians who need support when their mathematical career is interrupted by family responsibilities or similar circumstance. Mary Cartwright and Grace Chisholm Young (1868-1944) were well known female British mathematicians.
See also the Athena Swan scheme and the LMS Good Practice document.
The Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge has an extensive Gender Balance Programme.
This is the oldest and largest of the organisations for women mathematicians. It is based in the USA with its activities mainly focussed there, but it has many international members. Its website contains a wealth of further resources.
The Joint Committee on Women in the Mathematical Sciences (JCW), founded in 1971 as a committee of the American Mathematical Society (AMS), is now a joint committee of eight mathematical and statistical societies. The committee serves primarily as a forum for communication among member organizations about the ways in which each organization enhances opportunities for women in the mathematical and statistical sciences. JCW disseminates information about effective mechanisms and best practices for these enhancements through media such as its website, society publications, and presentations at meetings of the member societies.
The committee on women in statistics of the American Statistical Association (ASA).
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