Institute of Gender Studies
University Carlos III of Madrid
Area of expertise, interest, main activities...:
digitilization and gender, gender violence, gender violence at work, gender research; gender studies; excellence; transdisciplinarity; intersectionality, gender studies centre, women's history, feminist media studies, Gender Equality Law, international mobility, gendering knowledge, philosophy, sociology
About you (please use English):
The Gender Studies Institute of Carlos III University of Madrid is devoted to the reflection and integration of gender perspective in every scientific sphere, being prioritary the scientific research and innovation with a multidisciplinar approach. The Gender Studies Institute was established in December 2012 and has dedicated itself to enhance and promote Gender and Women Studies in University. The multidisciplinary team consists of 55 members from different areas of knowledge: Law, Sociology, Social Sciences, Philosophy, History, Journalism, Communication, Organization of Knowledge, Economics, Cultural Studies, Engineering... The Gender Studies Institute participates in many research projects funded by Spanish Public Institutions and devoted to research on current critical situations in nowadays diverse families: elder care, children care, violence against women, etc.
About you (other languages):
El Instituto Estudios de Género se crea con fecha 20 de diciembre de 2012 de la voluntad de un grupo promotor de 33 profesores procedentes de diferentes áreas de conocimiento y departamentos pero con una trayectoria común centrada en los Estudios de Género. Su objetivo es la reflexión e integración de la perspectiva de género en todo el ámbito científico, siendo prioritarias la investigación e innovación científicas con un planteamiento interdisciplinar, así como participación en redes de trabajo nacionales e internacionales, la difusión y formación de posgrados especializados con perspectiva de género en distintas materias.
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Project: Report on the gender impact of the Municipal Budget for 2017 (Ref. 2016/00516/001) Funded: City of Madrid. Art.83 - Consultancy work. Researcher responsible: Rosa San Segundo Participants members of the IEG: Eva María Blázquez, Begoña Marugán, Clara Sainz de Baranda, Tania García, Marian Blanco, Carmen Luque. Period: 09-2016 / 12-2016 Project: "Active Aging, Quality of Life and Gender" (ENGAGE-CM, Ref. S2015 / HUM-3367). Funded: Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, corresponding to the R & D Activities Programs between research groups of the Community of Madrid, and co-financed with European Social Fund. Researcher responsible: María-Silvería Agulló Participants members of the IEG: María-Victoria Gómez, Vanesa Zorrilla, María-Teresa Martin Period: 2016/2017 + 2018 Project: "Collective bargaining as a vehicle for the effective implementation of Equality measures" Funded: Institute of Women. Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality. Researcher responsible: Eva María Blázquez Agudo Participants members of the IEG: Begoña Marugán, Patricia Nieto, Manuel Correa, Gema Quintero and Daniel Perez del Prado. Period: 2015/2016 Project: "Gender and Figure, vindicating women photographers" Photofeminist project that aims to make visible the work of women photographers, for this they have created a web where you can find multiple resources and material in open for your query: http://generoyfigura.com Funded: Crowd-UC3M call for knowledge transfer. Researcher responsible: Nieves Limón. Project: "Gender violence, religions and education for equality" Funded: Institute of Women. Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality. Researcher responsible: Juan José Tamayo Acosta Period: 2014/2015 Project: "Caregivers of the elderly: situation before the Law of Dependency and evaluation of program of support to caregivers". Funded: Ministry of Science and Innovation Researcher responsible: Agulló Tomás, María Silveria Period: 2009/2013 Project: "Geographies of care work. Implications of its privatization on job creation ". Funded: Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport of the Government of Spain Directed: University of Coruña (Spain) Researcher responsible: Díaz Gorfinkiel, Magdalena Period: since March 2013 Project: "Promoting integration of migrant domestic workers in Europe" Funded: European Union Addressed: International Labor Organization (ILO) Researcher responsible: Díaz Gorfinkiel, Magdalena Period: November 2011 / July 2013 Project: Gruntdvig of the European Union entitled "Unlearned lessons. Women on the rise " Directed by: Mª Teresa Ruiz- Cantero. Matilde Eiroa San Francisco, collaborating with the biographies of Cecilia Böhl de Faber and Mariana Pineda. Project: "Work-life balance strategies in a context of crisis. The case of Norway and Spain " Funded: NILS Science and Sustainability (ES07) Directed by: Magdalena Díaz Gorfinkiel Period: March 2014 / November 2015