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Committees: Equal Opportunities
Physics research and discoveries are important elements for innovation, and economic, social and cultural development. The quality of research and development benefits from a more equitable gender balance. The Equal Opportunities Committee looks at the barriers that contribute to the under-representation of women in physics.
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UN Women: Eight ways you can be a women’s rights advocate today, and every day
Post by Administration, Tuesday 20 March 2018
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The impact of implicit bias for women in academia – and what to do about it
Post by Administration, Friday 19 January 2018
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Bringing female scientists into the classroom
Post by Administration, Tuesday 5 December 2017
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New Data on Gender Inequality in Sciences Salaries
Post by Administration, Thursday 2 November 2017
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Leading women in Science: Why are we still so few?
Post by Administration, Tuesday 3 October 2017
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Astronomer survey reveals gender and racial harassment
Post by Administration, Tuesday 11 July 2017
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GENERA Gender in Physics days in Europe
Post by Administration, Tuesday 28 March 2017
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February 11th, the UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science
Post by Gina Gunaratnam, Thursday 23 March 2017
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International Day of Women and Girls in Science
Post by Administration, Monday 6 February 2017
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CERN - Naturally I'm a scientist
Post by Administration, Monday 6 February 2017
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Board Member
Nadia Martucciello
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Ana Proykova
Board Member
Enrique Sánchez Bautista
Chair
Lucia Di Ciaccio
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Martine Bosman
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Els De Wolf
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Elisabeth Rachlew

 

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