Part 1: Initiating gender equality plans / Part 2: Monitoring, assessing results, and ensuring the sustainability of gender equality plans
14:00 – 15:30 CET
Part 1: Initiating gender equality plans: online tools and learning platforms
What features and qualities do online tools and platforms for the implementation of gender equality plans need to provide? Examples of such platforms are the GEAR Step-by-Step Guide by EIGE (link is external) and genderportal.eu.
How can online tools help to initiate the implementation of gender equality plans? What are their limitations?
How can learning effects in terms of gender mainstreaming, gender knowledge, and gender expertise be increased for gender equality stakeholders through online tools and platforms?
15:30 – 17:00 CET
Part 2: Monitoring, assessing results, and ensuring the sustainability of gender equality plans: What makes a sustainable gender equality plan?
How can gender equality plans best be implemented, in order to increase their sustainability? For example, this can be done through the inclusion of individuals with institutional power in processes of decision-making, as well as gender-balance in decision-making bodies, the monitoring of recruitment and promotion policies, or through the promotion of women’s visibility in leadership positions.
What role does gender expertise play in the sustainability of gender equality plans? How can gender expertise become an integral part of gender equality plans?