An introduction to the Gender Equality Audit and Monitoring (GEAM) tool (Session 1)

This workshop is specifically geared towards individuals with little experience in the social sciences, with no previous knowledge regarding the design and implementation of online surveys. The GEAM is a framework to generate and report high quality data on gender equality without in-depth previous knowledge to design and implement surveys.

Participation in this introductory workshop is a prerequisite to participate in the two follow-up, hands-on sessions: Gender Equality Audit and Monitoring (GEAM) tool (part I & part II)

Learning objectives
  • Introduce basic concepts regarding online survey deployment for Gender Equality, including data protection, available technical solutions, measurement issues
  • Understand the architecture of the GEAM infrastructure
  • Get an overview of the basic components (indicators) of the GEAM questionnaire
  • Gain hands-on experience working with the LimeSurvey environment and adapting the GEAM questionnaire
  • Understand the importance of customization and (national, regional, organizational) context for questionnaire development and deployment.
  • Critical understanding of feminist perspective on quantitative data, statistical analysis, measurement.
Who is it for?
  • Gender Equality officers
  • Human resources officers
  • Science managers
  • Researchers and academics forming part of equality committees and working groups
Registration process
  • As seats are not unlimited, priority will be given to candidates corresponding to the target groups (please, check out "Who is it for?") and those residing in the EU Member States and Associated countries. Following your registration, an e-mail of confirmation of participation will be sent. Thank you for your understanding.
  • We encourage you to register using your professional email, if any.
  • Please be aware that all GE Academy trainings will be recorded for internal reasons. In case of publishing only the trainer's input will be published. Statements and contributions of participants will not be disclosed in published recordings/videos
Tuesday, May 11, 2021 - 10:00 to 12:15
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