Next in our video interview series, we have Sanne Peters who is a Research Fellow in Epidemiology at University of Oxford (UK). Sanne Peters will give a short introduction why a gender dimension is important in the field of Epidemiology and how it is best incorporated in concrete research. Her main field of interest is how risk factors of cardiovascular disease differ between women and men.
In this interview Prof. Dr. Martina Schraudner explains how technical innovations are more successful when including a gender diversity perspective. She highlights the advantages of taking into account women’s needs in the design of innovations and also the benefits of gender diversity in working teams.
Prof. Dr. Martina Schraudner is Head of Frauenhofer Center for Responsible Research and Innovation, and Professor for Gender and Diversity in Organisations at TU Berlin (Germany).
He will be talking about the process at the Environmental Federal Agency of Germay to incorporate gender mainstreaming into their organisation. It’s an insider view on how to make gender mainstreaming effective and deal with the most common misconceptions about gender equality. Any comments or questions to this video are welcome!
Our second video interview features Ulrike Roehr , Board Member of GenderCC- Women for Climate Justice. She will talk about the importance of a gender perspective for climate justice, give a concrete example how a gender perspective has affected project results and finally give key advice for researchers on how to incorporate a gender perspective into their research.
GenPORT will release during the upcoming weeks a series of video interviews with leading figures of the Gender and Science landscape in Europe. The interviews aim to provide short and concise statements regarding key issues such as gender equality policies, the incorporation of a gender perspective into research content or the implementation of gender equality policies in universities and research performing organisations.