Training: How to integrate the gender dimension in research management and content under Horizon Europe? on 21 and 22 Nov

Estonian Research Council, in cooperation with Yellow Window, is pleased to invite you to the training: “How to integrate the gender dimension in research management and content under Horizon Europe?”

Based on updated theoretical and practical knowledge, two separate training sessions: (1) Bio-medical research and mental health (on 21 Nov) & (2) Engineering and manufacturing technology (on 22 Nov) are directed to junior and senior researchers, project coordinators and project managers, as well as non-academic staff involved in research project support and/or dissemination of research projects and outputs.

The number of participants is limited. Please register to the training before 14 November:

21 November at 11-16:45: Bio-medical research and mental health
22 November at 11-16:45: Engineering and manufacturing technology

Please find agenda of the trainings in attachment.

The aim of the training is to provide relevant insights and hands-on experience in integrating a gender perspective in research projects, not only to meet funding requirements (as those newly established for Horizon Europe), but also to further improve research quality and validity in selected research areas.

Venue: Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel (Sadama 11a, Tallinn)

Trainer: Maxime Forest, PhD (gender trainer and expert at Yellow Window, more information is in attachment).

This training is delivered as part of the dissemination and outreach efforts of the EU-funded Gearing Roles Project (H2020), in collaboration with the Estonian Research Council.


Content of the training
Maxime Forest (Gender Trainer and Expert at Yellow Window)

GEARING-Roles project
Merili Tamson (R&D Coordinator-Analyst at Estonian Research Council)

Technical questions of the training
Darja Matt (Coordinator of the event at Estonian Research Council)