LERU publishes 20 recommendations for gendered research and innovation
The League of European Research Universities (LERU) has published a paper which analyses the role of gender and sex in research and innovation (R&I), arguing that the issue needs to be better integrated into R&I funding, content and implementation processes. LERU states that gendered research and innovation (GRI) is an under-recognised issue: it is unfamiliar, not practised, or not well integrated into the design of the research, save some significant exceptions, for example in biomedical research. The aim of this paper is to motivate and show stakeholders such as university leadership, researchers, governments and research funders as well as research journals, how to include this issue in their work.
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