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WORLD REPORT ON SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND GENDER - 2005. Eduardo Martinez * * Chief of Section Science and Technology Strategic Planning UNESCO SC/AP Division 1 rue Miollis (B6.33) 75015 Paris, France Tel. (33) 1-45684075, 4164; Fax 1-4568 5827 e.martinez@unesco.org. WRSTG.

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world report on science technology and gender 2005

WORLD REPORT ON SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND GENDER - 2005

Eduardo Martinez *

*Chief of Section

Science and Technology Strategic Planning

UNESCO SC/AP Division

1 rue Miollis (B6.33)

75015 Paris, France

Tel. (33) 1-45684075, 4164; Fax 1-4568 5827

e.martinez@unesco.org

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0. WRSTG OBJECTIVES:

  • Produce a solid and rigourous report based on empirical research and data. The report aims at being both a conceptual and analytical tool, and a framework for action
  • Provide S&T policy-makers with a Framework of Action regarding gender, S&T at a national and regional level:- Priority areas- Policy recommendations- Research/study needs
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0. WRSTG OBJECTIVES:

  • Elaborate a sound message and document addressed to national and international scientific and academic communities, promoting the dissemination and serious discussion of gender, S&T issues
  • Identify a basic Future Research Agenda (eventually, project profiles) at national and regional levels.
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I. Process Guidelines

  • The WRSTG will be a technical study
  • UNESCO will coordinate an inter-agency collaborative process
  • The WRSTG ought to incorporate substantive, technical inputs from relevant institutions involved in science, technology and gender studies and policy worldwide.
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WRSTG

II. Basic issues

Science and technology must be engaged as tools to accomplish sustainable human development, and gender mainstreaming must include changing the working culture in the scientific and technological fields.

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WRSTG

II. Basic issues

Education in science and technology has been based on stereotypes and approaches that do not favour women involvement. A full and equitable participation of women in scientific and technological activities will contribute to the enrichment and re-orientation of science and technology programmes, approaches, practices and applications.

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WRSTG

II. Basic issues

It is necessary to develop strategies and policies for facilitating women’s access to scientific and technological knowledge, simultaneously increasing their participation in all scientific and technological activities.

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WRSTG

II. Basic issues

Women remain under-represented in:

  • National science and technology decision-making bodies (ONCYTS)
  • Local government science and technology decision-making bodies
  • University science and technology decision-making bodies
  • Science and engineering programmes teaching staff
  • Science and engineering programmes decision-makers
  • Science and engineering R&D centres research staff
  • Science and engineering R&D centres decision-makers.
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III. Process Objectives

  • Carry out a worldwide consultation with relevant institutions involved in science, technology and gender studies and policy, aimed at elaborating, discussing, disseminating, and following-up the WRSTG -2005
  • Draft, discuss and publish the World Report on Science, Technology and Gender -2005
  • Follow-up the WRSTG -2005: Media dissemination, regional and national presentation and discussion forums, and follow-up studies.
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IV. WRSTG Outline

Executive Summary

Preface

Acknowledgments and Technical Editor

0. Introduction

  • Key issues in gender, science and technology (scientific and technological research, higher-education, science education, S&T related labour market, gender equality, institutional/policy issues, cultural/organizational issues, decision-making, gender-S&T indicators, etc.)
  • Policy recommendations
  • Future research needs
  • Project profiles
  • Follow-up.
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IV. WRSTG Outline

Annexes

  • Glossary: Science, Technology and Gender
  • Agendas for major actors
  • List of Partner Institutions
  • List of contributors
  • Acronyms and abbreviations
  • List of Tables, Figures and Boxes
  • Selected bibliography.
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V. Methodology

  • WRSTG Sources: the WRSTG will be a technical study based on empirical research and data, case studies, and best practice analysis
  • WRSTG Annotated Outline: drafting, circulation and revision of WRSTG Annotated Outline
  • WRSTG Task-Sharing: technical meeting of partner institutions on the WRSTG Annotated Outline and Task-sharing
  • WRSTG Drafting and discussing
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V. Methodology

  • WRSTG Final Draft: technical meeting of partner institutions on the Final Draft of WRSTG and follow-up activities
  • WRSTG Future studies and projects: preparation and negotiation of follow-up studies and projects
  • WRSTG Follow-up: Media dissemination (press release, publication and CD-ROM distribution, web site -and mirrors), regional and national presentation and discussion forums, and follow-up studies.
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WRSTG

Partner Organizations

AAAS, AARU, ATPS, AWIS, Commonwealth Secretariat, CYTED, EC, ECLAC, GenTeC, IAC, ICSU, IDB, IDRC, IDS, INWES, JICA, NRC, OAS, OECD, OEI, RESGEST, SIDA, UNIDO, AGI, UNCSTD, UNDP, UNO, UNU-INTECH, TWOWS, WFEO, GAB/WIGSAT, the World Bank.

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Technical Secretariat

Dr. Eduardo Martinez

S&T Strategic Planning and Evaluation

Science Analysis and Policy Division

Natural Sciences Sector

UNESCO

1 rue Miollis

75015 Paris

France

Tel.: (33) (0) 1-4568 4075, 4164

Fax: (33) (0) 1-4568 5827

e.martinez@unesco.org

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eduardo martinez

chief of section

science and technology

strategic planning

e.martinez@unesco.org

phone: (33) 1-45684075

fax: 1-45685827

1 rue Miollis

75015 paris

france