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Telling SAGA: Improving Measurement and Policies for Gender Equality in Science, Technology and Innovation

Wed 27 Feb 17:00 PM - 19:00 PM @ CRI, Charles V

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Telling SAGA:  Improving Measurement and Policies for Gender Equality in Science, Technology and Innovation

Telling SAGA: Improving Measurement and Policies for Gender Equality in Science, Technology and Innovation (Workshop/Webinar)

Wed 27 Feb, 17:00-19:00 @ Amphitheatre, CRI, Paris, France

This scissors diagram shows it all: at the global level, women drop out of scientific careers starting at the doctoral level. Why? What can countries, institutions and individuals do to improve the situation? The SAGA (STEM and Gender Advancement) project of UNESCO produced a new methodology and set of instruments to support policy-makers worldwide in setting up, implementing, monitoring and evaluating gender equality in STI policies, and worked with selected pilot countries to build capacity for data collection and policy gap analysis.
Schedule of the event:

17:00-17:10 - Introduction (from CRI)

17:10 -17:40 - Presentation of the aims and results from the first phase of SAGA, a UNESCO project supported by Sweden, by L. Anathea Brooks, SAGA Steering Committee and Alessandro Bello, SAGA Project Officer, UNESCO.

17:40-18:30 - Questions from the audience and discussion.

The event is organized by Cara Maesano (Sorbonne University, INSERM, "500 Women Scientists"), Anshu Bhardwaj (CRI, CSIR-IMTECH), Aya Gomaa (CRI) and Liubov Tupikina (CRI). The webinar will be recordered and broadcasted to all people, freely registered to the event. The event was initiated from the meeting of 500 Women Scientists at CRI.

The event is open to CRI and to people interested in STEM and gender advancement problems. Everyone who would like to learn more about SAGA UNESCO project and its outcomes in science is welcome to join!

For the web broadcast (WEBINAR), please REGISTER and the link to connect will be sent to you later.

Watch CRI community [video](http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDJQ293mOZk )

Learn more at SAGA webpage at UNESCO https://en.unesco.org/saga