The Europaeum plans to host a small research workshop in Oxford exploring ow effective current policy initiatives are at tackling gender inequalities. The plan is to invite a number of specialist researchers from academe, public NGOS and other civic bodies such as Oxfam, and from think tanks, to look at current thinking – taking as a starting point, recommendations outlined in recent World Bank and IMF reports – and to set up a new Europaeum Research Project Group. The workshop is being led by Professor Devaki Jain from Delhi, Professor Anthony Heath of Nuffield College, Oxford, and Dr Paul Flather of Mansfield College, and is being supported by a new Ford Foundation grant. The event will be hosted in Oxford, deferred from summer to the autumn due to unavoidable circumstances. It is hoped to produce a report from the work. As usual, the group is by invitation only but Europaeum academics interested in being considered for this new EPRG, are invited to write to the Secretary-General. Colleagues from Madrid, Geneva, Helsinki have already indicated interest. More details will follow.
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