MINDtheGEPs is part of a large network of projects. Some are implementing gender equality plans, others are capacity building or research projects and networks. All are working towards the common goal of gender equality in the research community.
ACT (2018-2021) seeks to advance gender equality at universities, research centers, and research funding organisations by facilitating collaboration between experienced and less experienced institutions in the implementation of gender equality plans.
ATHENA (2021-2025) is implementing Gender Equality Plans to unlock research potential of resesarch performing organisations and research funding organisations in Europe. Working to empower female research talent through a gender equality infrastructure.
CALIPER (2020-2024) supports seven EU research performing organisations and two EU research funding organisations from the STEM field to develop Gender Equality Plans and engage locally to transfer the gained knowledge beyond academia.
CHANGE (2018-2022) supports research performing organizations to design and implement Gender Equality Plans by involving key actors who alongside core consortium partners transmit co-produced gender equality knowledge within their institutions.
CASPER (2020-2021) is a research project examining the feasibility of establishing a European award/certification system for gender equality for research performing organisations.
EQUALS-EU (2021-2023) is a regional network that consists of 19 organisations from a wide variety of sectors including higher education institutions, small and medium enterprises, civil society organisations and research institutions.
EQUAL4EUROPE (2020-2023) is developing Gender Equality Plans for social sciences, business & management schools in research organisations and universities, using them as drivers for systemic institutional changes.
GEARING-Roles (2019-2022) is a consortium of 10 EU partners that will design, implement, and evaluate six Gender Equality Plans to challenge and transform gender roles and identities linked to professional careers, and work towards real institutional change.
Gender Equality Academy (2019-2021), or GE Academy for short, is developing and implementing a high-quality capacity-building programme on gender equality in research, innovation, and higher education.
GENDER NET Plus (2017-2022) aims to strengthen transnational collaborations between research program owners and managers, provide support to the promotion of gender equality through institutional change and integration of sex and gender analysis into research.
Gender STI (2020-2023) is an international research project with partners from 16 countries that aims to analyse the participation of women in science, technology and innovation dialogues between Europe and third countries.
Gender-SMART (2018-2022) is about achieving gender equality in research performing and research funding organidations in the agricultural and life sciences field through the implementation of Gender Equality Plans.
GENDERACTION (2017-2021) is a capacity-building project promoting gender equality in the European research area by creating an innovative policy community to implement gender priorities through training and mutual learning, as well as policy recommendations.
GRANteD (2019-2023) is a research project looking at the occurrence and causes of gender bias in the allocation of research grants. It also studies the consequences of gender bias in grant allocation for gender bias in the development of careers in research and innovation.
LeTSGEPs (2020-2023) is a consortium of eight partners working together to end gender imbalance in research institutions, through the use of Gender Equality Plans and gender budgeting at six partner organisations.
RESET (2021-2024) will combine an intersectional approach to gender equality with the collective intelligence fostered and harvested through the co-design of Gender Equality Plans.
R&I PEERS (2018-2022) will create and validate pilot experiences that disrupt gender-biased approaches and unconscious rules which limit participation by and careers for women in research and innovation by developing seven Gender Equality Plans.
SHEMAKES (2021-2022) will empower future female innovators of the sustainable fashion industry through capacity-building and access to hard skills, technology and innovation as well as to networking, business modelling and role models.
SPEAR (2019-2022) has the central objective of implementing Gender Equality Plans in nine implementing research performing organisations. Using a community of learning and practice to ensure long-term sustainability.
SUPERA (2018-2022) will is to implement six Gender Equality Plans in 6 organisations from Southern and Central Europe and encouraging gender balance in career progression, decision-making and research content.
TARGET (2017-2021) is a consortium of ten partners initiating institutional change through Gender Equality Plans in seven institutions in the Mediterranean basin – including research performing organizations, research funding organizations and a network of universities.
TARGETED-MPI (2020-2024) supports higher education and research organisations to implement Gender Equality Plans. Focussing on institutional changes in business and management schools to drive more inclusive, sustainable, and transparent academic cultures.
UniSAFE (2021-2024) has a dual objective. First, to produce robust and knowledge on gender-based violence in universities and research organisations. Second, to translate the knowledge into operational tools and recommendations for universities, research organisations and policymakers to reduce such violence.