2018

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“The STEM Gender Equality Congress in Berlin on 8-9 June 2017 was another important step in our efforts to make gender equality a reality in the 21st century so that girls everywhere can study STEM subjects and women can attain the highest levels in STEM careers. I thank the organizers for bringing together such a diverse, committed and knowledgeable group of experts. It was a wonderful opportunity to exchange information, learn from and inspire each other. “

Director, Division for Gender Equality, Office of the Director-General, UNESCO (speaker)

“I thought the Congress was terrific. It was so well organised and the line-up of serious hard-hitters, made the effort and cost from Australia so worthwhile. I especially thought Dr Raphaela Kitson-Pantano did a great job as Day one chair for Track one. Overall, a huge well done to you and the team; it was the best event I’ve been to for some time. Very very happy I came. Very well run and serious players here. It was worth the effort and investment.”

Edith Cowan University, Australia (Diamond Sponsor)

“The STEM Gender Equality Congress is an impressive platform to meet and have in-depth discussions
with internationally recognised experts and leading practitioners working on promoting Gender Equality in the Higher Education sector. It was one of the best conferences that I have ever attended!”

Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Japan (Delegate)

“I was impressed with all the speakers and topics and was amazed that everything was useful, informative and relevant and that everything resonated with my current work!”

2017 delegate

“It was a most thought provoking event and we made some good networking contacts both nationally and internationally for future work.”

Westminster University, UK (Gold Sponsor)

“The STEM Gender Equality Congress held in Berlin in June 2017 was my first experience meeting others from around the world to discuss issues related to improving the inclusion of women within various organizations. It was fascinating to learn of the progress being made and the barriers that still exist in locations throughout the world. I’ve been working for over a decade on a project focused on improving the representation and advancement of women STEM faculty at a US private university. Therefore, I understand the challenges and opportunities that exist with these types of projects. At the STEM Gender Summit, I experienced moments of deepened clarity and understanding around issues I’ve worked on for many years which made the trip and experience very much worth it for me.”

Rochester Institute of Technology, USA (Gold Sponsor)

“I got inspiration and motivation to make a change within my university. Not only did the congress have enthusiastic influence but I’m also taking away concrete policy ideas.”

2017 delegate

“I was impressed with all the speakers and topics and was amazed that everything was useful, informative and relevant and that everything resonated with my current work!”

2017 delegate

“I got a lot of great ideas to help lead my institution as we develop concrete equity policy and process. I am leaving inspired to not “just do equity” but to do it in the best way!”

2017 delegate

“It was a very rewarding day with many good presentations and interesting discussions during the breaks.”

Lund University, Sweden (Delegate)

“Constructive, stimulating conversations and forging links with academics around the world.”

CEO, Gapsquare, UK (Sponsor)