To mark International Women’s Day 2021, we shine a spotlight on just a few examples of the women making a difference in Queen’s fight against COVID-19.
THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC LOCKDOWN SURVEY: UNDERSTANDING THE ISSUES AND ENGENDERING SOLUTIONS FOR QUEEN'S STAFF
Please click here to view a summary of the main Survey findings which are presented in a short video by Dr Ioana Latu and Professor Karen McCloskey.
QGI STUDENT POSTER COMPETITION! WHO IS YOUR INSPIRATIONAL WOMAN?
Design a poster (for online viewing) to showcase a woman who inspires you and why. Please click here to view all the competition brief and all the details.
Queen's Gender Initiative
AN INTRODUCTION TO QGI
The Gender Initiative provides a channel for women’s views on priority issues for women to come to the fore. This forum also acts as a route through which women’s responses to policies, practices and procedures can be made known to senior oganisational managers.
Reflective assessment teams in Schools engage with the gender equality agenda in their specific contexts. They develop and implement action plans to address equal opportunities issues. Regular meetings between the Gender Initiative Director and Vice Chancellor along with other senior managers keep communication flowing between all groups.
QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY BELFAST SUCCESSFULLY RETAINS INSTITUTIONAL AND DEPARTMENTAL ATHENA SWAN SILVER AWARDS
DRIVING GENDER EQUALITY ACROSS THE UNIVERSITY
International Women's Day 2019
Equality and Diversity at Queen's
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Much of the University's work aligns with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and the work of QGI particularly identifies with Goal 5.Find out more