Deliverables

The deliverable collects and disseminates illustrative experience-based practices that encourage and steer change in Gender-SMART Partner Institutions. Twelve practices were collected that have produced meaningful results in the mid-term and that deserve scale-up to reach a larger number of beneficiaries. This deliverable is currently under review by the EC.

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This deliverable presents a framework to the aimed Gender+ Integration in Research, Education and Funding within the Gender-SMART project. The focus of the framework is the domain of Food, Agricultural and Life Sciences.

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This deliverable presents a Typology of gender biases in recruitment, career management and work – life balance schemes and practices elaborated firstly according to literature and secondly, it was illustrated by first examples of identified biases through audits conducted by each Gender-SMART partner in the very first phase of the project.

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This deliverable provides guidelines to the partner organisations on implementing gender-sensitive management and communication. It draws on existing guidelines and reference materials to provide the Gender-SMART partners with a brief overview of relevant guidelines useful in the development and implementation of gender equality plans.

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This deliverable “Supporting guidelines and checklist” is specific to Gender-SMART as it aims not only to support implementing partners in setting up a GEP, but also provide guidance to ensure the availability of resources and the participation of stakeholders, to secure GEP official endorsement and to achieve sustainability.

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This deliverable includes the major conclusions of the Kick-off Meeting of the Gender-SMART project that took place in Montpellier from February 12 to 14 (2019) in the Crowne Plaza Hotel and Cirad offices

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In order to present the overarching logic of the change process, the Gender-SMART project has chosen to visualize it as an impact pathway, which walks the reader from major project outputs to their appropriation by intended users leading to changes in practices, behaviors and interactions, which ultimately lead to long-term impacts. B

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