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Lack of gender reporting and monitoring

Sun 30.4.2017 10:45 pm

Gender disaggregated data: The collection, analysis and dissemination of objective, reliable and comparable information and data on equality between women and men is an international standard at many universities (gender reporting). This data is needed for transparency and to better understand where gender equality has already been reached and where further actions are needed. At our University, this data currently must be extracted manually from the existing database and therefore a regular reporting is not possible (too time consuming).

 

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  • Create a document which shows the career advancement criteria for each department and academic/non-academic staff
  • Consider including both quantitative (years of experience, employment, degrees etc.) and qualitative (research, parental leave, quality of work) criteria into the aforementioned document
  • By documenting and reporting the numbers and statistical info regarding gender data at the University, it is easier to monitor annually and develop supporting plans for gender equality within the Organisation.
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  • Create a document which shows the career advancement criteria for each department and academic/non-academic staff
  • Consider including both quantitative (years of experience, employment, degrees etc.) and qualitative (research, parental leave, quality of work) criteria into the aforementioned document
  • By documenting and reporting the numbers and statistical info regarding gender data at the University, it is easier to monitor annually and develop supporting plans for gender equality within the Organisation.
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Challenge area(s)

HR practices and management processes
Institutional communication

Target groups affected by the Challenge

Lecturers or tutors (teachers, but not researchers)
Non-Academic staff members
Members of committees and decision-making bodies
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