Gender Equality in responsible research & innovation: Second online session [2021-06-20]


20 June 2021


11:00-12:15 (Brussels time)




75 min

Learning Objectives

  • Understanding sex, gender and intersectional analysis in STEM research
  • Knowing about case studies that exemplify the dimension of gender in research
  • Awareness-raising of gender-sensitive measures in RFOs 
  • Importance of exchange between RFOs and RPOs


Target Group

  • Scientific community
  • RFO and RPO staff members
  • Policy makers
  • Decision makers
  • Students
  • Non-specialised public




Donia Lasinger

Vienna Science and Technology Fund, WWTF

Brigitte Ratzer

TU Wien, office for gendercompetence

Brigitte Ratzer was trained as a Chemical Engineer at Technische Universität Wien (TUW) and made her PhD in Social Science Studies. Longstanding lecturer and researcher in the fields of Social Studies of Knowledge and Feminist Research in Science and Technology. Since 2005 Head of Office for Gendercompetence, TUW. Here Brigitte Ratzer is currently engaged in building up a network for transferring feminist and gender knowledge to engineering research groups and to the curricula. She is also the coordinator of GEECCO, a H2020 structural change project. (see

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