SCGES Webinar Series

The SCGES Webinar Series is a monthly event organized by its Partner Institutions and coordinated by the Standing Committee for Gender Equality in Science. It highlights various topics of interest around the focus tasks of the Committee. The initiative was launched in 2022.


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All past SCGES Webinars are easily accessible for viewing on the SCGES YouTube channel.

SCGES Webinar | February 16th 2022

Webinar: Gender Equality in Mathematics In this Webinar, representatives of the International Mathematical Union (IMU) and the International Council of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM) present Results of the Gender Gap in Science project about mathematics and applied mathematics 50 years of activities of the AWM and its efforts and success to reduce the gender […]

SCGES Webinar | March 24th 2022

Webinar: Inclusion and Participation of Women in Global Science Organizations In this webinar, the results of a collaborative study conducted by GenderInSITE, the InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) and the International Science Council (ISC) are presented. Global surveys of science academies that are members of the IAP and the ISC, as well as international disciplinary unions and […]

SCGES Webinar | June 13th 2022

Webinar: Toward Gender Equality in Science: Perspectives from Psychology In this webinar, we present examples from psychology in relation to gender equality.  Our purpose is to provide examples of data from psychological science that address issues of global significance and data to improve our social world. The webinar will be chaired and introduced by Professor […]

SCGES Webinar | June 29th 2022

Webinar: Quotas for women in science: Are they an effective step towards equality and/or equity? The seminar will feature presentations from the speakers featured below, followed by questions from the audience and a discussion with all participants. The event will be held online on June 29th, 2022 at 3-5 PM CEST. Please fill in the […]

SCGES Webinar | October 26th 2022

Webinar: Moving Ahead on Gender Equity: A Chemistry Perspective The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry is the global organization that provides objective scientific expertise and develops the essential tools for the application and communication of chemical knowledge for the benefit of humankind and the world. In 2019 IUPAC entered its second century, providing […]

SCGES Webinar | December 16th 2022

Webinar: (In-)visibility of women in science: historical perspectives Today the visibility of women in science is far from matching the numbers of women actually engaged in scientific work. This situation is the outcome of a long history: there were indeed women engaged in science in the past, and despite their historical invisibility, historians of science […]

SCGES Webinar | February 14th 2023

Hybrid Webinar: How to evaluate and reduce the Gender Gap in Science? The interdisciplinary and international Gender Gap in Science project ended in 2019. It is timely to reflect on its results, follow up and outcomes and to learn about alternative approaches. This hybrid webinar is the participation of the Standing Committee for Gender Equality […]

SCGES Webinar | June 28th 2023

Webinar: Developing and Enacting Codes of Conduct in Professional Unions More and more academic, research, and industrial institutions are enacting codes of conduct. These codes clarify an organization’s mission, values, and principles and can serve as both internal guidelines and external statements of values and commitments. Several international unions have recently developed such codes of […]

SCGES Webinar | July 20th 2023

Webinar: ​​Gender equality and beyond in the polar sciences Women’s involvement in Antarctic science has grown in recent decades, with women now playing leading and influential roles in Antarctic research at all levels. Nonetheless, significant barriers to gender equality still exist. Recognizing this, as well as barriers faced by people of all historically excluded backgrounds, […]