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Rectors concerned over Germany’s slow gender progress


Too few women make it to top career levels, and progress is stagnating, HRK warns

The German Rectors’ Conference (HRK) has warned that too few women are being considered for top academic jobs, despite years of pushing for equality.

The organisation responded to an updated survey by Germany’s Joint Science Conference (GWK), a science administration body. The survey showed that although the percentage of female scientists at universities and non-university research institutions is growing, this progress is stagnating at the higher career levels.

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