Gender

Gender' refers to the socially constructed roles, behaviours, activities, and attributes that a given society considers appropriate for men and women. (Definition from the World Health Organisation)

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Intended audience Research Administration, Policy makers and Funders, Researchers and Students, PHD Students
Level: Introductory: no previous knowledge is required

This introductory course will help you to understand what Responsible Research & Innovation (RRI) means, where it has come from, and why it can introduce an important and beneficial shift in relations between research, innovation and citizens. 

Upon completing the course you will: 

  • Understand what RRI...
By  Editor Caroline Baillie, University of Western Australia
Publication year: 2006-2014  |  RRI  |  Gender  |  Gender sensitive research  |  Ethics  |  Institutional policies
By  Dr Alexei Grinbaum, Dr Ellen-Marie Forsberg
Publication year: 2017  |  RRI  |  Science Education  |  Public Engagement  |  Governance  |  Gender  |  Ethics
By  Dr Ellen-Marie Forsberg , Dr Sachin Chaturvedi
Publication year: 2017  |  RRI  |  Science Education  |  Public Engagement  |  Governance  |  Gender  |  Ethics
By  HEIRRI
Publication year: 2016  |  RRI  |  Open Science  |  Science Education  |  Public Engagement  |  Governance  |  Gender