- Nordic Centre for Research on Gender Equality in Research and Innovation (NORDICORE)
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The ambition of the proposed NORDICORE Centre of Excellence is to create knowledge that will further advance gender balance and diversity in research and innovation. The future of the Nordic knowledge economy depends on our ability to attract the most highly qualified men and women to excel in the field of research and research based innovation. At a time where scientific excellence and international competition is increasing in significance and our welfare states are under ever greater pressure, it is crucial to produce solid knowledge on which to base further policies and practices in the field.
- Gender in the Nordic Research and Innovation Area
The Nordic region is the European leader in gender equality, but when it comes to leadership positions in research and innovation, men dominate just as widely here as in the rest of Europe.Community Diversity Equality
- Gender equality, Diversity and Societal Security
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This project empirically and theoretically explores how increasing levels of diversity in the personnel of Nordic security forces (military, police and security organizations) relate to changing perceptions of trust and security, both within these organizations and in their broader interactions with society.
- Evaluation of Education for Tomorrow phase 1
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This report presents the findings of Oxford Research’s evaluation of NordForsk’s Education for Tomorrow Programme Phase 1. The evaluation was undertaken during the period March-August 2019. The conclusions and recommendations are based on the triangulated findings from in-depth interviews, document studies and bibliometric and network analyses.
- Nordic and Baltic young researchers make a stand for gender equality
NordForsk welcomes the recent statement on gender equality in academia made by the Young Academies of Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Estonia and Lithuania. The purpose of the joint statement is to identify initiatives and strategies that may improve gender equality in academia.
- NordForsk receives 218 applications under call for proposals on migration and integration
NordForsk received 218 applications in response to the call for proposals under the Joint Nordic-UK Research Programme on Migration and Integration with a deadline of 15 November 2018. The UK is represented in a large share of the projects, demonstrating that researchers in the Nordic countries and the UK see great value in working together, says NordForsk Director Arne Flåøyen.