[Equal] Fwd: Message from the Women and Science unit - Headlines 17

Christa Sonderegger christa.sonderegger at unibas.ch
Thu Jul 21 11:48:45 CEST 2005

>Anbei lasse ich Ihnen gerne den aktuellen Newsletter der Women and Science 
>Unit der EU-Kommission zukommen.

Herzlich Christa Sonderegger

>Women and Science Headlines - 17:
>Contact persons: vera.fehnle at cec.eu.int 
><<mailto:vera.fehnle at cec.eu.int>mailto:vera.fehnle at cec.eu.int> - 
>robert.o’meara at cec.eu.int 
><<mailto:robert.o'meara at cec.eu.int>mailto:robert.o’meara at cec.eu.int >
>Call for Proposals - FP6-2005-Science-and-society-17
>Please be informed that the Women and Science unit has launched a call for 
>proposals, the budget of which is €5.75 million. The subjects covered by 
>this call are as follows: Empowerment of women and public debate, Women in 
>science governance, Mobilising women for engineering and technology, 
>Conference on gender and excellence, Deepening the knowledge base, 
>Practical tools for gender mainstreaming and Mainstreaming strategic 
>areas. The deadline for submission is 25 October 2005. More information is 
>available at:
>Combining Work and Family Life: Removing the Barriers to Women’s 
>A team of researchers based at John Moores University in Liverpool is 
>carrying out a project into work-life balance and the ways that women 
>manage to juggle work and family commitments, their opinions on recent 
>‘family-friendly’ legislation.
>At the moment, they are looking for women from ALL backgrounds who would 
>be prepared to be interviewed as part of the research. If you’re 
>currently working and have young children and want to get involved or if 
>you would like more information about the research, contact them at the 
>details given below. Please note that there is a keen desire that the 
>experience of lone parents is also included in the research.
>Louise Wattis
>Research Officer
>Combining Work and Family Life: Removing the Barriers to Women’s 
>Liverpool JMU, School of Social Science, Henry Cotton Campus, 15-21 
>Webster Street
>Liverpool L3 2ET, England, UK
>Phone: +44 (0) 151 231 4047
>Fax: +44 (0) 151 231 4359
>Email: l.wattis at livjm.ac.uk
>UK Presidency Conference on the European Charter and Code of Conduct
>We would like to draw your attention to a forthcoming event in the context 
>of the UK Presidency, which will focus on taking forward the debate and 
>looking at how the Charter and Code of Conduct will be implemented (for 
>more information on the Charter & Code of Conduct – please click the 
>following link: 
>The conference is aimed at a broad range of stakeholders, including 
>European research policy-makers and it shall take place in London on 8-9 
>September 2005. For full details on the conference, take a look at the 
>following website link: 

lic. iur. Christa Sonderegger, Universität Basel

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