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How to evaluate and reduce the Gender Gap in Science? - webinar

Hybrid Webinar: How to evaluate and reduce the Gender Gap in Science?

The interdisciplinary and international Gender Gap in Science project ended in 2019. It is timely to reflect on its results, follow up and outcomes and to learn about alternative approaches. This hybrid webinar is the participation of the Standing Committee for Gender Equality in Science to the Global Women’s breakfast.
The event will be held in hybrid format (in-person and online) on February 14th, 2023 in Aubervilliers, (Greater Paris, France).

CWM members

Members of the CWM are appointed for four years by the IMU Executive Committee and are widely distributed internationally. The CWM has a chair and vice--chair and 6 to 8 members--at--large. One of the CWM members is responsible for the CWM website and electronic communication. See list of members here.


CWM Newsletter

CWM Newsletter, Issue 9, May 2023 can be found here. Subscription to CWM Newsletter here.

Interview with the new vice chair of CWM Hélène Barcelo; News from CWM: First Meeting of CWM 2023-2026 and result of CWM call 2023, Marie-Françoise Roy's article about CWM and the (WM)² in the Notices of the AMS; Other News and Announcements: May 12 celebration, Wolf prize and other prizes, honors and achievements; Article by Betul Tanbay on the Themes of the International Day of Mathematics


Standing Committe for Gender Equality in Science

The Standing Committee for Gender Equality in Science (SCGES) was established by 9 International Unions, including IMU and has already 21 partners.  Second annual report (2021-2022) available here.  The purpose of SGES is to circulate information among its partners, and promote cooperation on among them, in particular by supporting women and girls’ equal access to science education and fostering equal opportunity and treatment for females in their careers.


Carolina Araujo

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