CALIPER Helpdesk Sessions

Capacity building materials that follow a peer learning process among project partners sharing up to date knowledge and tools based on the different situations and challenges faced by in STEM RPOs/RFOs

The CALIPER project organises a series of Helpdesk sessions to support the RPOs/RFOs during the implementation phase in a customised way, ensuring that the initial capacity building foreseen in the project is sustained in a consistent way along the process.

These helpdesk sessions provide the partners with insights on the identification of good practices of inclusive- intersectoral gender equality policies/measures leveraging on collaboration and alignment between research organisations and their innovation ecosystems. Topics, also, include implicit and explicit resistance to gender equality and structural change and how to tackle it, but also in depth knowledge transfer of specific measures included in the GEPs.

Presentations and training materials utilised during the helpdesk sessions

LGTBQIA+ Diversity in STEM research fields

Presentation prepared by PRISMA Association

The Gender+ dimension in scientific research

Training for Principal Investigators and Research Coordinators

Men’s engagement in GEP’s implementation

Presentation prepared by Sister project GenderSMART

Gender sensitive institutional communication

Presentation prepared by Sister project SUPERA

FELISE mentoring programme

Presentation prepared by Sister project GEARING Roles

Training on combating resistances

Presentation prepared by Sister project SUPERA

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Internal engagement practices

Presentation regarding the internal engagement in GEP actions

WIN event preparation

Tips and examples about the organisation of WIN events

PRISMA Guide: 10 Actions towards LGBTQIA+ equality in research

CALIPER and PRISMA Association joined efforts to put forward 10 simple actions to improve the reality of the LGTBIQA+ community in research centres and science, technology, and innovation environments, as well as the english version of their implementation guide. These 10 basic actions are supported by statistical data aiming to contribute building better and more just scientific spaces.

The english version of the Guide is openly accessible here.