Promoting Women in Science

author: Dunja Mladenić, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Jožef Stefan Institute
published: Feb. 20, 2008,   recorded: February 2008,   views: 3047


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Central European Centre for Women and Youth in Science aims at promoting gender equality in research and development and young scientists in the Central European region Funded by the European Commission, the Centre is the first regional centre to advance the position of women scientists and of young scientists in Central Europe. Building on report produced by a group of EC experts on the position of women in science in Central and Eastern European countries (Enlarge Women in Science East, Enwise), the project focused on promoting equal opportunities in research and development in four Central European countries and examining and improving the position of young people in science. Besides creating a user-friendly information-laden website, the Centre established a database of women experts from the Central European region with a view to increasing the participation of women scientists in European research and the European Commission’s expert database.

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