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POLICY ANSWERS workshops on the topic “How to Initiate Sustainable Changes in Your Company by Implementing Green Transformation”

POLICY ANSWERS workshops on the topic “How to Initiate Sustainable Changes in Your Company by Implementing Green Transformation”

June 4th, 2024

As part of the POLICY ANSWERS project (Horizon Europe programme), the Mihajlo Pupin Institute –Scien[...]

Workshop

Workshop "How to Initiate Sustainable Changes in Your Company by Implementing Green Transformation"

June 1st, 2024

In the small hall of the Mihajlo Pupin Institute, on May 17, 2024, the first in a series of educatio[...]


STREAM IT

The new Horizon Europe project titled “ST(R)E(A)M IT/STREAMING GIRLS AND WOMEN INTO STEAM EDUCATION, INNOVATION AND RESEARCH (“Stream IT”)” has been successfully acquired and will be implemented by CIRNT over the next four years. The project was obtained through a competition, with the results announced on Thursday, July 13th, within the framework of the call HORIZON-WIDERA-2023-ERA-01 (Enhancing the European R&I system) Topic: HORIZON-WIDERA-2023-ERA-01-10. The project aims to address gender stereotypes in the education of girls in STEM fields. With the participation of 23 partners across Europe, collaborative efforts will be made to achieve this goal, focusing on 1) empowering underrepresented groups in STEM, 2) piloting and fostering the integration of STEAM approaches in STEM education by synthesising previous knowledge and networks, 3) promoting gender inclusive career paths and increasing the talent pipeline in the STEM fields together with the attractiveness of STEM careers, 4) supporting STEM education providers through knowledge sharing, capacity building to remove gender-based barriers including gender stereotypes in STEM education. By encouraging sustainable collaboration of STEM-oriented businesses, secondary and higher education institutions, research organisations, as well as informal science education establishments, NGOs, and civil society organisations, ST(R)E(A)M IT provides several tools for closing the existing gender gap in STEM education and career.