The international conference “Ready for Dialogue” on the integration of the gender dimension in science and research successfully took place in Berlin on 5 November 2015. The conference was in great demand and brought together 120 representatives of national and European associations, research institutions and research funding institutions supporting the integration of the gender dimension in science and research.
At the centre of the discussion was the proposed initiation of a new strategic dialogue of the institutional key stakeholders of the research system. For additional information, please refer to the snapshot “Ready for Dialogue” on the conference website www.ready-for-dialogue.de/EN.
Further dissemination is welcome.
The conference website will be continuously updated with further information in English and German.
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