On the occasion of the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, (25 November), and within the context of the Sustainable Development Goal N. 5 on“Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls”, the Working Group on Gender Equality of the International Union of Biological Sciences is launching the Webinar Series:“The Gender Gaps and the Biological Sciences”.
The series is intended to provide a framework to discuss issues related to different gender gaps within the context of the biological sciences communities towards identifying actions towards gender equity and equality. Among the topics which will be addressed there is gender pay gaps, promotion gaps, funding, and publication gaps, the leaky pipeline, gender lens in research, harassment, and many more topics also triggered and proposed by the IUBS community!
The first webinar provides information on the series within the context of the activities of the IUBS Gender Equality Working Group.
The webinar consisted of talks by experts, moderated round table discussion, and a Q&A session.
Catherine Jami, CNRS, France
Hayley Clements, CST, South Africa
Lucilla Spini, UNIFI, Italy
Renuka Badhe, EPB, Netherlands
Sarita Maree, ZSSA, South Africa
John Buckeridge, RMIT, Australia
Lucilla Spini. UNIFI, Italy
Workshop organiser: IUBS Working Group on Gender Equality
Publicity & logistics: IndiaBioscience
Date: 25 November 2021
⌛ CONTENT ANNOTATION WITH TIMESTAMP
00:11:40 Objective of the webinar
00:15:36 Introduction to the webinar
00:24:10 Talk by Hayley Clements
00:26:35 Biodiversity Intactness Index
00:34:35 Leaky pipeline of women in STEM
00:43:32 Talk by Catherine Jami
00:44:32 The Gender Gap in Science Project
00:43:36 The Draw a Scientist Test
00:50:30 Nobel Prizes and Field Medals
00:51:33 History of Chemistry
01:05:30 Talk by Renuka Badhe
01:37:27 Discussion session