In this webinar, the results of the collaborative study “Gender Equality in Science: Inclusion and Participation of Women in Global Science Organizations” conducted by GenderInSITE, the InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) and the International Science Council (ISC) are presented. Global surveys of science academies that are Members of the IAP and the ISC, as well as international disciplinary unions and associations that are Members of the ISC, show that women remain underrepresented in global science.
- Roseanne Diab, Emeritus Professor at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and Director of GenderInSITE
- Vivi Stavrou, Executive Secretary for the Committee for Freedom and Responsibility in Science and Senior Science Officer at the ISC
- Alice Abreu (Moderator), Professor Emerita, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Gender Equality in Science: Inclusion and Participation of Women in Global Science Organizations
A study reporting on the inclusion and participation of women in over 120 science organizations that are coordinated at a global level finds that women are still under-represented.
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