Iniziative nel mondo

Il Comitato Unico di Garanzia (CUG) è promotore o collabora all’organizzazione di eventi, iniziative divulgative e didattiche e progetti di ricerca, a livello europeo e mondiale, per la diffusione della cultura delle pari opportunità, la valorizzazione del benessere lavorativo, contro le discriminazioni, il disagio psicologico ed il mobbing.

The PLOTINA Project and the University of Bologna at the Gender Summit 9

The Gender Summit is a platform for dialogue between scientists, policy makers, gender scholars and key stakeholder groups in science endeavors. The aim is to make gender equality in research and innovation the norm and to embed gender as a primary dimension of quality. 

This year, the GS9 focused on how an understanding of sex/gender issues in research and innovation can also ensure sustainable and effective development.

The University of Bologna participated in the Gender Summit 9 with a presentation of the PLOTINA project made by Professor Tullia Gallina Toschi (Scientific Coordinator, CUG President).

L'Oréal For Women In Science - firma il Manifesto!

Per contribuire a favorire la parità di genere nella Ricerca, incentivare una maggiore presenza delle donne nella scienza e promuovere il contributo delle scienziate al progresso scientifico e alla società.

Elsevier grants for advancing women in science

Every year, the Elsevier Foundation provides grants to institutions around the world, with a focus on support for the world's libraries and for scholars in the early stages of their careers. Since 2002, The Elsevier Foundation has awarded more than 60 grants worth millions dollars to non-profit organizations focusing on helping the world's libraries, nurse faculties,  and women scholars during their early and mid-careers.


GenPORT is a developing online community for gender equality and excellence in science, technology or innovation. GenPORT covers all sciences - natural and social sciences, and humanities.

Gender Summit Europe 4

Europe 2014, From Ideas to Markets: Excellence in mainstreaming gender into research, innovation, and policy.

Is science sexist?

Can women build academic careers the same way as men do? Is it more difficult for girls to take up science studies? If you are interested in questions about gender and science, we invite you to submit a paper or a project for Science&You! The call for participation is open until Sept. 15.