By Mariana Aldrete, visiting researcher of the IN3’s CNSC group. In 2018, the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) reported that 14 Latin American nations were among the[…]
By Asun Pié Balaguer, researcher of the IN3’s CareNet group. According to the European Parliament’s Report (2004) on the situation of women from minority groups in the European Union, almost 80% of women with[…]
By Marta Roqueta-Fernàndez, doctoral candidate of the IN3’s GenTIC group. Over the last ten years, Catalonia and Spain have witnessed a revitalization of their vibrant – and increasingly plural – feminist movement. Feminists have[…]
Interview with Milagros Sainz, principal investigator of the IN3’s Gender and ICT group (GenTIC) and expert in social psychology of gender differences in STEM career pathways and digital competences Technology is increasingly prevalent and[…]
Women have had a remarkable impact on scientific progress, but many of them have been written out of history. The Matilda effect was coined as a way to denounce the bias against acknowledging the achievements[…]
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