European Research Area Policy Agenda: Overview of actions for the period 2022-2024
Ljubljana Declaration on gender equality in research and innovation address and counteract gender-based violence
European Parliament resolution of 10 June 2021 on promoting gender equality in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and careers (2019/2164(INI))
Council Conclusions on the future governance of the European Research Area (14308/21)
Communication from the Commission A new ERA for Research and Innovation (COM/2020/628 final)
Policy brief “Mobilising to eradicate gender-based violence and sexual harassment: A new impetus for gender equality in the European Research Area” (ST 1206 2020 INIT – NOTE 08/06/2020)
Sexual Harassment in the Research and Higher Education Sector: National Policies and Measures in EU Member States and Associated Countries (ST 1205 2020 REV 1 – NOTE 03/06/2020)
Helsinki call for action strongly encouraged the Commission and the Member States to adopt policies and strategies to combat GBV in research, innovation, and higher education, among its other recommendations.
GENDERACTIONplus (Horizon Europe project, grant agreement No. 101058093)
Work Package 3 Gender-based violence and sexual harassment in ERA
Gender-based violence and institutional responses: Building a knowledge base and operational tools to make universities and research organisations safe (grant agreement No. 1010062610)
- National reports on GBV policies
- Report on the European policy baseline
- Inventory of policies and measures to respond to GBV in European universities and research organisations
- Report on first results from UniSAFE survey
- Policy Brief
Student networks leading the struggle for universities free of sexual violence: mechanisms to support survivors, inspiring institutional changes for violence prevention
Taking a Reflexive approach to Gender Equality for institutional Transformation
Debate Feminista x Open Gender Journal: “Gender-specific and sexualised harassment, discrimination and violence in higher education contexts”.
The Open Access journal section is part of a thematic cooperation between two scientific journals: the Open Gender Journal (Germany/Austria) and Debate Feminista (Mexico). Within the framework of this cooperation, articles on the topic are published on an ongoing basis in both journals in German, English or Spanish and collected. The aim of this permanent special section is to bring together international research on this topic and to promote existing research in the Latin American and European context.
To contribute to the section, see the joint Call for Papers.