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Gender equality needs a pincer movement


Increasing female leadership in research means linking bottom-up and top-down efforts, says Gülsün Sağlamer

At some levels and areas of European academia, men and women are more or less equally represented. The European Commission’s 2021 She Figures report, which presents data on gender in research and innovation, showed that women make up 59 per cent of graduates of bachelor’s and master’s courses, and 47 per cent of grade C research staff, representing entry-level post-doctoral employees.  

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