Good practices

The Inria Gender Equality and Equal Opportunities Committee wishes to sensitize the organizers or participants to events on the importance of gender equality within the events on which Inria is positioned. Some international conferences already offer charters of good practice such as ACM CHI.

Here is a short message that we broadcast on the different platforms within Inria:

You organize or participate in an event for scientists, industrialists, or any other public. Check as early as possible that your event does not show under-representation of women in the organization (guest lectures, round tables, participation in program committees, session presidency, etc.). If you detect such under-representation, or if you have any questions about this, please do not hesitate to contact Committee on Gender Equality and Equal Opportunities : parite@inria.fr

She Figures 2015

She Figures 2015 investigates the level of progress made towards gender equality in research & innovation (R&I) in Europe. It is the main source of pan – European, comparable statistics on the representation of women and men amongst PhD graduates, researchers and academic decision-makers. The data also sheds light on differences in the experiences of women and men working in research – such as relative pay, working conditions and success in obtaining research funds. It also presents for the first time the situation of women and men in scientific publication and inventorships, as well as the inclusion of the gender dimension in scientific articles.
This publication is the fifth edition of the She Figures, which has been updated and released every three years since 2003. Despite progress, She Figures 2015 reveals that a range of gender differences and inequalities persist in research & innovation, as explained below.

Apply to French Fellowships l’Oréal-UNESCO, For Women in Science

30 annual Fellowships (15 docs + 15 postdocs) in 2016 with the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science initiative.
With French National Commission for UNESCO and French Academy of Sciences, L’Oréal supports and recognizes accomplished women researchers, to encourage more young women to enter the profession and to assist them once their careers are in progress.

Individual : 15 000 € for Docs & 20 000 € for Postdocs

Requirements :

  • Doctoral & Postdoctoral level
  • Life & Physical Sciences Fields
  • Working or studying in France

Calendar Deadline : 11th April 2016

Online registration plateform

Fondation L’Oréal

Contact : La Fondation L’Oréal info@fwis.fr