Everything was prepared for the GENERA Network CoP meeting on April 22/23 in Rome. Then, however, the Corona lockdown in Europe made it impossible to travel to Rome.
The GENERA face-to-face working meeting in Rome on April 22/23, 2020 will be cancelled.
We are working on creative online solutions for five parallel working group sessions.
Please keep the date in your calender.
Stay healthy and happy.
To quote one GENERA member: "We are all Italian, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese (...) these days."
Big societal challenges can be solved only together.
Presenting ACT and the GENERA CoP together with Kathrin Rabsch (TU Berlin), Marlene Sieck & Arn Sauer (UBA), Thomas Berghöfer & Lia Lang (DESY).
We love to celebrate.
This weekend GENERA is celebrating the international women´s day on March 8.
Why do we need to talk about sex and gender perspectives in research?
The GENERA Network CoP have established 5 different Working Groups dealing with the following topics:
1. Data Collection
4. Career Development
5. Gender Dimension in Physics
The GENERA Network Community of Practice agreed on addressing several topics on gender equality in physics within the upcoming year. Among other topics GENERA is going to deal with career development and the gender dimension in physics.
Thomas Berghöfer represented GENERA at the EQUAL_IST project final event at the 22nd May in Brussels and shared GENERA learnings for sustaining gender equality projects.
Lia Lang represented GENERA by giving a TED talk at a conference at the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung in Berlin.
The Mildred Dresselhaus Conference took place from 5th until 6th April on the DESY campus in Hamburg.
We were invited to promote GENERA and ACT Project at such fascinating event