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UBx’s communication tools to inform employees on work-life balance and parenting

UBx’s communication tools to inform employees on work-life balance and parenting

In the framework of a call for projects led by the Fund for innovation in Human Resources of the French Ministry of Civil Service, the University of Bordeaux developed various communication tools focused on the balance between parenting and professional life. These elements are in line with action 9 (Thematic area 1) of the UBx […]

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ENLIGHT Teaching and Learning Conference

Challenges of Inclusive Teaching – ENLIGHT Teaching and Learning Conference

A workshop discussing challenges of “Integrating gender and diversity dimension in teaching content and methodologies” was organized by the RESET team in the framework of the ENLIGHT Teaching & Learning Conference (University of Bordeaux). The co-design session gathered students, PhD candidates, academics and administrative staff. This participation connected RESET with representatives of other universities members

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10th womencourage ACM

Empowering Women in Tech: Game-Changing Insights from the keynote of Prof. A. Vakali (AUTH) at the 10th Celebration of ACM Womencourage

Prof. Athena Vakali (Datalab – Aristotle Uni. of Thessaloniki) participated as a keynote speaker at the 10th ACM Celebration of Women in Computing: womENcourage™ 2023, hosted by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) during 20-22 September 2023. Her keynote addressed the topic of Quantified Self and Sensing Data Analytics. Discussions took place with

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Co-designing recruitment practices at the University of Bordeaux

Co-designing recruitment practices at the University of Bordeaux

The RESET team of the University of Bordeaux’s ran a co-design workshop with members of the recruitment service. This action goes in line with the UBx GEP implementation strategy and aims to improve and further tailor RESET Joint Roadmap on establishing institutional standards and frameworks for recruitment and career promotion towards equality, diversity and scientific

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European Researchers’ Night

RESET envisions future in European Researchers’ Night

On the 29th of September, the RESET team of the University of Bordeaux participated with workshops in the event “European Researcher’s Night” organised by Cap Sciences in Bordeaux. The European Researchers’ Night is a Europe-wide public event that displays the diversity of research projects and their impact on citizens’ lives. The topic of this year’s

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Catch me if you can RESET board game

A playful approach to understand gender inequalities and discrimination in career paths

On the 23rd of September, Ninon Junca visited Montserrat Botey and Hélène Perrivier in Paris to test together the board game developed by the UBx RESET team “Catch me if you can”. This game aims at representing inequalities in university careers depending on the social characteristics such as gender, origin, (dis)ability or age. The game

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Toolbox for gender-neutral, diversity-oriented institutional communication (updated version)

RESET’s Toolbox for gender-neutral and diversity-oriented Communication (D5.4) was updated this summer and is now available in the new, expanded version.
The update includes a new chapter on diversity in communication, with a focus on non-discriminatory communication in relation to anti-racism, dealing with disability and LGBTQIA+.

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