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News about this Gender Summit 12
Latin America and the Caribbean unite for gender equality at the closing of the Gender Summit
The Gender Summit 12, organized by CONICYT, concluded after two days of discussion panels in which academics, representatives of civil society organizations and the public and private world participated.
The first gender summit in science and technology in Latin America and the Caribbean opens in Chile
Within the framework of the 50 years of CONICYT, the inaugural ceremony of “Gender Summit 12” was held, a gender seminar in science and technology that, for the first time, reaches Latin America and brings together diverse actors from the public and private world .
Ligia Gargallo: “Science is the cornerstone of development and to encourage it, we need to recognize the qualities of each gender”
The researcher, National Prize of Natural Sciences 2014, analyzes the importance of shortening the gap between women and men in her area, and celebrates the realization of the next Gender Summit in Chile.
More women in engineering, science and technology are necessary for a quality development
Academics, scientists, students, and representatives of public and private entities met to discuss the importance of female presence in the most technical areas of knowledge.
Winners of the L’Oréal UNESCO Prize: Doing science to inspire more women
The astronomer Camila Navarrete and the physicist Carla Hermann tell their experience as women in primarily masculine environments. The winners of the L’Oréal UNESCO Prize for Women in Science 2017 are convinced that their example will motivate scientific vocations among girls.
Women are key in collaboration and construction of knowledge in education
Ana Luisa Muñoz and Dr. Juan Pablo Queupil are the authors of one of the papers presented at the Gender Summit 12, an activity organized by CONICYT. Their study suggests that women researching in education generate positive results at the level of networks and cooperation.
Laura Gallardo: “For there to be changes in society, there must be forces that lead you to that change”
The director of the Center for Science of Climate and Resilience of the University of Chile recounts her experience working in a historically masculine area, but with the right policies, can increasingly diversify.
Roxana Nahuelcura: “With confidence in themselves, girls have no limits”
During all her career, the teacher of Liceo 1 has supported groups of girls to develop scientific projects in different areas of biology and technology. Roxana talks about her experience forming critical citizens and capable of being a contribution to the society.
Women of the academy meet in dialogue about supporting networks
Within the satellite activities of the next Gender Summit, academics, scientists and researchers participated in a meeting organized by CONICYT and the UC Innovation Center, o