Members of the ‘Standing Committee for Gender Equality in Science’, SCGES, have highlighted in their Committee’s ‘1st Annual Report’, how they individually organized activities to promote gender equality and women in science.
In a chat with ICTP, Shobhana Narasimhan, a condensed matter theorist at the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore, India, explained why the poorest and richest countries of the world have very few women in science.
A new network for women in mathematics
Words of Wisdom in Times of Corona
A postponed conference goes online.
Put this meeting on your schedule to discuss the role of women in mathematics.
You could organise an event next year to link scientists at both local and international levels.
The future of the Gender Gap in Science project and the Standing Committee for Gender Equality in Science
Recommendations for scientific unions
Recommendations to instructors and parents and for local organizations