2018

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Registration Open!

What can you expect from the STEMM Equality Congress 2018?

91% of attendees rated the 2017 congress as good or excellent

91% said that the 2017 congress met their expectations

95% rated the organisation of the 2017 congress as good or excellent.

SEC is the perfect event if you work in or on managing equality, diversity and inclusion practice, policy, projects or culture.

If equality and diversity forms part of your work whether in academia, government or private sector, you will come away from SEC inspired and informed. No matter your role – from vice chancellor or policy officer to researcher or student and everyone in between – SEC is the place to learn from thought leaders who are driving the most successful equality and diversity policy and programs in the world.

You will:
  • Meet global leaders in equality and diversity programs willing to share best practice
  • Learn and understand tools from the best examples of equality and diversity policy implementation
  • Understand current developments in policy and practice instruments to balance equality and diversity
  • Become better equipped to design and execute successful equality and diversity strategies
  • Recognise and learn how to demonstrate success by tracking your gender records and statistics
  • Hear how to embed equality throughout an organisation
  • Gain ‘Big Picture’ perspective that will help you make the right decisions as you guide your departments and organisations forward – presentations from Africa, Europe, Latin America, North America and Asia.
  • Network – meet your peers to establish new relationships and partnerships

Register for SEC today to ensure your equality and diversity strategy, research or policy is successful and shared.

Delegates attending the 2017 Congress shared their feedback after the congress:

“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

“For me, the greatest value of the conference was the diversity of presenters, including representatives from countries around the world and from institutions that included academia, industry, government, and NGOs.  Many of the challenges to STEM gender equity are shared across that range of institutions, and learning more of the diverse strategies to address those challenges was highly instructive.”

Principal Investigator of the LEADER Consortium