Work Packages

 

 

The work undertaken by Baltic Gender is divided between core work packages (WPs 1-4 and 8) and cross-cutting work packages (WPs 5-7). 

WPs 1-4 concentrate on:

  • fixing the number of women in science by increasing their participation (WP 1); 
  • fixing the institutions by transforming structures and removing barriers (WP 2 and 3); and 
  • fixing the knowledge by mainstreaming gender analysis into research (WP4).

The implementation of the Gender Equality Plans in the partner organisations is supported via WP8. WPs 1-4 feed into the implementation of Gender Equality Plans (WP8) at the organisational level via setting possible targets and monitoring their progress through gender-sensitive indicators.

WPs 5-7

support the activities of the core WPs via a continuous flow of knowledge (WP5), dissemination, exploitation and communication of the results (WP6) and project coordination (WP7). 

 

WP1 Career advancement

Lead: Lund University, Sweden (LU)

WP2 Work and family

Lead: University of Tartu, Estonian Marine Institute, Estonia (UT-EMI)

WP3 Structural changes

Lead: Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel, Germany (Kiel CAU)

WP4 Gender in marine science and technology

Lead: Finnish Environment Institute, Finland (SYKE)

WP5 Awareness raising and knowledge transfer

Lead: The Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Germany (IOW)

WP6 Dissemination, exploitation and communication

Lead: GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Germany (GEOMAR)

WP7 Action management

Lead: GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Germany (GEOMAR)

WP8 Implementation of GEPs

Lead: GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Germany (GEOMAR)