Open collaborative portal on Gender & Science reaches 1,000 resources

25/04/2017
GenPORT shares publications, videos, teaching materials, projects, practical measures and news on gender

GenPORT is an open collaborative portal where everyone can create a personal account and share publications, videos, teaching materials, projects, practical measures or news on gender with the rest of the community. GenPORT is aimed at researchers, the UOC community, experts on gender (associations, activists, etc.), and gender and research policy makers.

Thanks to the more than 450 registered users who have uploaded over 1,000 high quality resources, we can now all benefit from a portal offering expert knowledge on gender in the humanities and both the natural and social sciences.

Resources on Gender & Science

GenPORT has resources on how to integrate the gender perspective in research in different specific disciplines such as medicine, statistics, social sciences, engineering, humanities or environmental sciences. You can also find tools on how to design and implement gender equality measures and policies in research, including Policy Analysis and Evaluation, Gender Diversity in (R&D) Teams, how to raise awareness on gender equality in science or  anti-gender bias training. The resources are continually being added to thanks to the contributions of the GenPORT community. New contents at GenPORT can be found here, and you can find the latest GenPort news on Twitter: @GenPORT.

Consortium

GenPORT is a European project under the 7th Framework Programme coordinated by the UOC’s IN3 Gender & ICT research group led by Jrg Mller, with Lidia Arroyo, Juli Minguilln, Jordi Conesa, Maria Elena Rodrguez and Ricard Solans. The project consortium also includes GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany; Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini, Italy; Portia, United Kingdom; Matej  Bel University, Slovakia, and rebro University, Sweden.