Jörg Müller, senior researcher at GenTIC and coordinator of the H2020 project ACT, is giving an introduction to the ACT Gender Equality Audit and Monitoring (GEAM) tool in the webinar “Generating high-quality data for designing & implementing gender equality measures in your institution“.
The GEAM tool was developed by Advance HE, GenTIC and Notus in collaboration with all the ACT Consortium partners. It facilitates the collection of reliable data for gender equality in research organizations and higher education institutions, including topics such as working conditions, perceptions of gender equality and experiences of bullying or sexual harassment at the institutional level. The GEAM provides an adaptable questionnaire, which is available in eight languages, and a reporting template that generates descriptive statistics of the survey automatically.
This webinar is aimed at gender equality officers and managers in research and higher education institutions; human resources officers in higher education institutions and research performing organisations; researchers; science managers, and academics forming part of equality committees and working groups.