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European Conference on Gender and Innovation 2012 - Stuttgart   

European Conference on Gender and Innovation - Maximising Innovation Potential Through Diversity in Research Organisations, Stuttgart 2012

The European Commission has supported the “Gender Debate in the European Research Area” by financing a project, which focuses on current issues around gender and research in research organisations and higher education institutions. Good practices which support female researchers to advance along research career ladders are documented in an interactive database on this website.

Nevertheless all countries face the common challenge that policies and action plans have not adequately led to a significant change in the numbers of female researchers reaching leading research positions. As a result it is necessary to consider the topic from other perspectives including research and organisational cultures as well as diversity being a driver for innovation.

What policy changes are needed to make further advances? What role does structural change play? And how can innovation be driven by considering gender? And what can be learnt by gendering research?

The conference “Maximising Innovation Potential through Diversity in Research Organisations” will gather experts from international and European organisations presenting and discussing how we can achieve a better impact in our gender activities. The conference invites all stakeholders to join the debate for increasing the innovation potential through more diversity and gender equality in research and innovation processes. Discuss with experts current and future policy on gender and innovation.

Detailed information can be found at the Conference homepage.

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Opening and Introduction: Supporting Women Researchers – Good Practices in Europe

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Petra Püchner Petra Püchner

Keynote Speeches

Discussion Panel

Keynote Address

12 views, 26:55  
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Norbert Höptner, Andrea Lindlohr Norbert Höptner, Andrea Lindlohr

Career Paths in Research – Structural Change

[syn]  19 views, 19:17  
flagCareer Paths in Research - Structural ChangeCareer Paths in Research - Structural Change
Caroline Roughen, Alexandra Bitusikova Caroline Roughen, Alexandra Bitusikova
6 views, 05:49  
flagCareer Paths in Research - Structural ChangeCareer Paths in Research - Structural Change
Maca Jogan, Karin Uphoff, et al. Maca Jogan, Karin Uphoff, Caroline Roughen, Alexandra Bitusikova

Innovative Good Practices

[syn]  23 views, 29:25  
flagInnovative Good PracticesInnovative Good Practices
Helene Schiffbänker, Florian Holzinger Helene Schiffbänker, Florian Holzinger
9 views, 07:44  
flagInnovative Good PracticesInnovative Good Practices
Jana Sujanova, Andras Recski, et al. Jana Sujanova, Andras Recski, Helene Schiffbänker, Florian Holzinger, Maria Samara

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