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See detailMentoring researchers
Halleux, Isabelle ULiege; Ernst, Brigitte ULiege

Diverse speeche and writing (2019)

This webinar is dedicated to Euraxess staff membes who would like to improve their knowledge on mentoring and start/improve their support to mentoring programmes in their organisations.

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See detailDiversity and Research - Attracting Researchers from all over the World - A Culture and Gender-sensitive Approach
Ernst, Brigitte ULiege; Arnold, Gérôme ULiege

Scientific conference (2018, September 10)

This presentation highlights 3 tools developped by Université de Liège (R&D Department) towards career development of researchers: CUPPD ( 3-months training for PHD candidates), PRSL (blended training for ... [more ▼]

This presentation highlights 3 tools developped by Université de Liège (R&D Department) towards career development of researchers: CUPPD ( 3-months training for PHD candidates), PRSL (blended training for future PIs) and 56 tools to stimulate gender-sensitivity in research. It is a source of inspiration for staff in charge of researchers careers developement or for researchers themselves. [less ▲]

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See detailGender and Diversity Management Guide-Presentation of 56 tools about Gender & Diversity in Research relevant for Euraxess
Ernst, Brigitte ULiege; Kottulova, Janka; Dimitrova, Svetlana

Learning material (2018)

The aim of this Guide is to inform the staff of research institutions about the gender issue, and to make them aware that they can and should contribute to change the way the academic world is running now ... [more ▼]

The aim of this Guide is to inform the staff of research institutions about the gender issue, and to make them aware that they can and should contribute to change the way the academic world is running now, for the benefit of the research community and the society at large. This Guide ambitions to help research centres and university staff to find the tools they need, appropriate to their professional context, at the moment when they need them. So the guide focusses mainly on tools which are easily accessible and do not require long reading hours or long preparation time to be used. This Guide should not be read from page 1 to page 65. It is an inventory that the university staff, whatever their mission, can consult when necessary in specific situations. In the Guide they will find short descriptions of the tools and how they can be useful for them, with direct links to access these tools. For Mobility, International and Welcome Services: tools should help staff to reflect on how services can be delivered in a gender-sensitive way and to develop family-friendly competences. For Career development centres: the Guide provides references for trainings related to Gender equality and Diversity, for staff and researchers (leadership skills, mentoring, flexible career trajectories). For HRS4R (Euraxess Rights-Human Resources Strategy for Researchers): tools should help institutions to better integrate Gender equality and Diversity in their action plans. The guide includes a glossary of basic terms related to gender in research (see page 9 ), and is structured in 3 sections (see the overview of the tools on page 14) : actions focused on the researcher (careeer development) actions focused on the institution (HRS4R) actions focused on the social and cultural environment (services and general references). It will be updated in the course of the TOP 4 project. [less ▲]

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See detailResearcher's environment-The Diversity challenge-Synthesis of 4 focus groups
Ernst, Brigitte ULiege; Kottulova, Janka; Dimitrova, Svetlana et al

Report (2018)

This report summarises the outcomes of the four focus groups organised within the activities of Work Package 4 of the EURAXESS TOP III project (in Belgium, Romania, Slovaquia, Italy). The aim of this work ... [more ▼]

This report summarises the outcomes of the four focus groups organised within the activities of Work Package 4 of the EURAXESS TOP III project (in Belgium, Romania, Slovaquia, Italy). The aim of this work package is to enhance the capacity of EURAXESS network members to actively contribute to the development of attractive research environment supportive to mobility and welcoming to the diversity. The way how the diversity and mobility obstacles are handled depends on the ability of research institutions to perceive benefits that the mobility and diversity can bring and their readiness to introduce the measures supporting them. One of the aims of the WP4 is therefore to prepare the EURAXESS network and its staff to overtake the role of “agents of change” within their institutions and proactively encourage adoption and implementation of strategies and tools necessary to create the environment supportive to mobility and welcoming to diversity. Gender, in particular, is addressed as one dimension of diversity. In order to find out more about how EURAXESS Centres in different European regions reflect on the integration of gender equality and diversity principles into their mission, but also to raise awareness about the issue among them, four regional focus groups have been organised and their outcomes compared. This report is an attempt to synthesise the findings of the four focus groups. Its structure reflects the pre-defined set of questions, although not all questions were addressed by all focus groups. [less ▲]

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See detailLe leadership au féminin à travers quatre portraits de femmes universitaires
Ernst, Brigitte ULiege; Gavray, Claire ULiege

in Dor, Juliette; Gavray, Claire; Henneau, Marie-Elisabeth (Eds.) et al Où sont les femmes? La féminisation à l'Université de Liège (2017)

Quatre femmes, quatre générations différentes, quatre destins différents… en commun, le fait d’être diplômées de l’Université de Liège et de l’avoir quittée pour d’autres horizons, où elles assument ... [more ▼]

Quatre femmes, quatre générations différentes, quatre destins différents… en commun, le fait d’être diplômées de l’Université de Liège et de l’avoir quittée pour d’autres horizons, où elles assument chacune -avec aisance- une position de dirigeante. Par delà les différences, il est intéressant de noter les convergences dans leur vision du monde et leurs réflexions sur notre société et leur environnement socio professionnel. Cette synthèse est le fruit de celle qui les a interrogées et a tenté de brosser leur portrait. Deux chercheuses ont accepté d' y contribuer par leurs commentaires et références scientifiques pertinentes. [less ▲]

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See detailMobile researcher? A challenge! How a Euraxess Mobility centre can help
Ernst, Brigitte ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2017)

How can Euraxess help mobile researchers integrate a new professional environment? Practical examples of good practices at Université de Liège Belgium

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See detailEurope : Une Recherche orientée et au financement tardif
Ernst, Brigitte ULiege

Article for general public (2007)

Les budgets « Recherche et développement », belge et européen, sont plus fournis qu’auparavant…sans pourtant répondre aux intentions affichées. Quant au contenu de ces programmes, la fascination pour les ... [more ▼]

Les budgets « Recherche et développement », belge et européen, sont plus fournis qu’auparavant…sans pourtant répondre aux intentions affichées. Quant au contenu de ces programmes, la fascination pour les modèles américains et japonais reste de mise : le choix des secteurs d’activités est avant tout dicté par les retombées économiques. [less ▲]

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