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WEBINARS ICMM: Gender Equality in Science

You can access the broadcast of the seminar live through zoom

Meeting ID: 714 3513 6662

Access code: v9RAHp


Most of the previous webinars are available through the Playlist at youtube


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III Mini Cycle of Webinars Gender Equality in Science. Spring 2021

  • Wednesday, April 14, 12 hours

    Evaluation of scientific personnel with a gender perspective
    Take part:
    Victoria Ley, Agencia Estatal de Investigación
    Olga Salido, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
    Capitolina Díaz, Universidad de Valencia

    The gender gap in science and the lack of women in the higher stages of the scientific career are well known. Behind this gender gap there are multiple and complex causes. In this webinar we will analyze the differences in the success of men and women in some calls and the role that the gender perspective plays in the evaluation of scientific personnel. Is the evaluation as neutral and objective as we think? Is it advisable to implement some type of measure in the field of evaluation that helps to close the gender gap?

  • Wednesday, April 28, 12 hours

    Differences between sexual and workplace harassment. Sexual harassment is gender violence
    Speaker: Begoña Marugan, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

    Despite the assimilation that is made of bullying, it is convenient to establish the differences between them. Not only are there differences in terms of the different nature of workplace and sexual harassment, the regulations governing their treatment are also different. For a greater depth, the different gender dimensions that intervene and that make sexual harassment another type of gender violence will be explained.

  • Wednesday, May 12, 12 noon

    Hacking unconscious biases in science
    Speaker: Marta García-Valenzuela, Talengo

    In this talk we will discover the power of unconscious biases, how our brain cheats the lonely person and we will know what strategies we can put women and men into play to favor a much more inclusive future for society and for the scientific field




  • Previous seminars

    II Mini-Cycle of Webinars Gender Equality in Science. Fall 2020

    • Wednesday, December 2, 12 hours

      Gender equality policies in academia: structural change and resistance
      Take part:
      María Bustelo, Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociología. Universidad Complutense de Madrid

      You can watch the video of the seminar here

      The webinar will cover the reasons for implementing structural change policies in the scientific field, what are the problems and how are Europe and Spain trying to mitigate them? We will talk about the three gender equality goals of Horizon 2020: balance in academic careers, selection and promotion; gender balance in decision-making and integration of the gender dimension in the research content, in addition to a cross-sectional area of ​​fight against stereotypes and harassment as a form of violence. And we will put examples of measures and the resistances that they generate.

    • Wednesday November 18, 12 hours

      Experiences making the LGTBIQA + diversity visible in science
      Take part:
      Mario Peláez, Sassy Science
      Lydia Gil, #CienciaArcoIris, Tu Social Media en investigación
      Marina Logares, Facultad de Matemáticas, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

      You can watch the video of the seminar here

      November 18 has been chosen by the LGTBIQA + community to make the group visible in the field of Science, Engineering and Mathematics. From the ICMM we want to join this commemoration by sharing the experience of several people, who in different formats and projects, have been involved in making known the LGTBIQA + people who work in this area.

    • Tuesday 10 November, 12 hours

      Scientists in the media
      Take part:
      Pampa García Molina, coordinadora y redactora jefa de la Agencia Sinc
      Alda Ólafsson, Departamento de Comunicación del CSIC

      You can watch the video of the seminar here

      Women scientists appear in press articles in a lower percentage than expected based on their presence in Spanish scientific institutions. In the webinar we will try to understand the factors behind this gender gap and perhaps learn what we can do to reduce this gap. The speakers will present complementary views based on their experience in scientific media and research centers.

    I Mini Cycle of Webinars Gender Equality in Science. Spring 2020

    Most of the previous webinars are available through the Playlist at youtube

    • Wednesday, July 1, 12 a.m.

      Round table: Promote gender equality from research centers
      Participants:
      María Blasco, National Cancer Research Center (CNIO)
      Monique Gómez, Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC)
      Silvia Gallego, Madrid Institute of Materials Science (ICMM-CSIC)
      You can see the video of the seminar here

      Gender inequality manifests itself in many different ways within the scientific field. At the round table we want to reflect on the possible measures that can be implemented by research centers to reduce this inequality. For this and with the aim of sharing good practices, we will learn about the measures that have been implemented in three research centers to promote gender equality and how they are working.

    • Wednesday, June 17, 11 a.m.

      Science or prejudice before the reality LGTBIQA +
      Javier Armentia
      Planetarium of Pamplona - PRISMA Association for diversity affective-sexual and gender in science, technology and innovation.
      You can see the video of the seminar here

      Looking from within, we want to think that the world of science and technology is an environment in which rationality and equity they come standard. Environments in which it is essential to work on solid and demonstrable foundations, avoiding prejudice and not submitting to dogmas are certainly privileged places on paper. But reality shows that, in terms of people who carry out their work in the world of science, it is not easy to avoid prejudices, when they affect sexual diversity or, as has been so clearly seen, in gender issues.

      In this seminar? we will take a tour of the reality that we are going learning about LGTBIQA + people and scientific environments, and How we have seen it necessary to bear in mind that the world of science needs to be equal and diverse, because that diversity is wealth that also facilitates better research.

    • Wednesday, June 3, 12 noon

      How to prevent and resolve sexual harassment situations in the university and research setting
      Taught by the Delegation of the Rector for Mediation and Prevention and the Gender Equality Unit of the UAM
      Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM)

      At the university and research level, sexual harassment and due to sex they are mostly silenced, and some Studies encrypt its occurrence in percentages higher than 50% of the women surveyed. The consequences of these forms of harassment are serious, both individually and institutionally, and can expel many brilliant minds from the academic and research career. In this seminar we will discuss actions necessary to prevent and eradicate sexual harassment and for sex in our closest environment, raising the advantages and disadvantages of the different actions that we have carried out



     

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