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Artificial Intelligence and Gender: Lecture by Gina Neff

  Does artificial intelligence have gender? Why do we give robots female names and human appearance? Is it possible that we reproduce gender stereotypes...

GE Academy is announcing cycle of training sessions

The GE Academy Project, supported by EU under Horizon 2020, is projected to develop and implement a coherent and high-quality capacity building programme on...

Newsletter Editorial 1/2019

Dear colleagues, This issue brings you a selection of must-read articles about some of the activities of the National Contact Centre for Gender in...

2017 Monitoring report on the position of women in science

In June 2019 the Centre for Gender and Science published its yearly report on the position of women in Czech science – Monitoring report...

Conference in Naples – Inclusive Academia

EUMENT-NET and Department of Political Science University of Naples Federico II invite you to the international conference dedicated to the topic of unconscious bias...

Czech version of Inferior awarded

We are proud to announce that the Czech version of Angela Saini book Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong was awarded a prize for...

GENDERACTION: Future of gender equality in Europe

On 9 April 2019 GENDERACTION organised a conference to mark its two year’s existence together with the 20th anniversary of EU activities to promote...

GE in R&I: 20 years of EU activities and still a long way to go

Over the past twenty years big strides have been made in Europe to advance gender equality in research and innovation. We have far more...

Women In Science Conference

On 5 March 2019 the inspirational all-day conference Women In Science took place in the premises of the Liechtenstein Palace in Prague. The event...

Book by Ottoline Leyser: Mothers In Science

Ottoline Leyser  is a British plant biologist and Professor of Plant Development at the University of Cambridge. Her research interests are in the genetics...