Realizing that the low representation of women in science and engineering is a major hindrance to global capacity building in science and technology, the IAC formed an Advisory Panel on Women for science with the mandate to review previous studies, provide examples of effective projects already implemented, and issue a set of actionable recommendations addressed particularly to the world’s science and engineering academies.
The recommendations and action items developed through the work of this Panel are presented in this report and are grouped around three themes:
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Education Association in Support of Contemporary Living, Turkey — www.ataturksociety.orgComputer Clubs for Girls, U.K. - www.cc4g.netCYDD, Turkey — www.cydd.org.trEcsite, U.K.- www.ecsite-uk.net/index.phpEngineergirl, NAE, U.S.A. — www.engineergirl.orgIwaswondering, NAS, U.S.A. - www.iwaswondering.orgNational Childcare Strategy — www.odpm.gov.ukNational Children’s Strategy, U.K. - www.nco.iePathmakers for Careers Guidance in Canada — www.carleton.caScience in Africa — www.scienceinafrica.co.zaScience, Engineering, Technology, and Mathematics Network - www.setnet.org.ukSupreme Council of Universities, Egypt - www.scu.eun.egTaking a leading role – careers advisers’ survey - www.royalsoc.ac.ukTurkey Educational Volunteers Foundation (TEGV), Turkey — www.tegv.org.trUNESCO-IUPAC microscience experiments - www.portal.unesco.org/educationUNICEF Girls’ education — www.unicef.orgUNICEF Programs in Turkey — www.haydikizlarokula.org
Organizations and initiatives relevant to women and science All-China Women’s Federation - www.women.org.cn/english/index.htmAssociation for Women in Science - www.awis.orgAssociation of South African Women in Science and Engineering — www.sawise.org.zaAthena Project - www.athenaproject.org.ukCGIAR — www.genderdiversity.cgiar.orgEuropean Association for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology — www.setwomenexperts.org.ukFREJA — www.cyborgs.sdu.dkGlobal Alliance — www.globalalliancesmet.orgInternational Network of Women Engineers and Scientists INWES — www.inwes.orgIPAZIA-UNESCO — www.womensciencenet.orgNational Institute for Supporting Women in Science and Technology, Korea - http://english.wist.re.krPurdue University Women in Engineering Program - www.engineering.purdue.eduThird World Organization for Women in Science — www.twows.orgU.K. Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology — www.setwomenresource.org.ukWomen in Global Science and Technology (WIGSAT) - www.wigsat.orgWomen in Japan Physical Society — www.aapps.orgWomen, Science and Technology in Latin America - www.catunescomujer.org
Science organizationsAmerican Association of Engineering Societies — www.aaes.orgAmerican Institute of Physics — www.aip.orgAmerican Physical Society — www.aps.orgAmerican Institute of Physics — www.aip.org/statisticsArgentine National Research Council for Science and Technology — www.conicet.gov.arInterAcademy Council - www.interacademycouncil.netInternational Astronomical Union - http://proceedings.aip.orgInternational Union of Pure and Applied Physics — www.iupap.orgNational Academy of Sciences - www.nationalacademies.orgNobel Foundation - http://nobelprize.orgRoyal Society of Chemistry - www.rsc.orgRoyal Society of London, U.K. - www.royalsoc.ac.ukScience Council of Japan - www.scj.go.jpTWAS The Academy of Sciences for the Developing World — www.twas.orgU.S.A. Food and Drug Administration — www.fda.gov
Science communicationAlphaGalileo - www.alphagalileo.orgEuroPAWS - http://europaws.merzagora.netNational Academies Press - www.nap.eduPAWS - www.pparc.ac.ukUNESCO-IUPAC — http://portal.unesco.orgWarintek Multipurpose Community Telecenters — http://portal.unesco.org
SustainabilityChina’s strategies for relieving poverty - www.help-poverty.org.cnM.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation - www.mssrf.orgUNESCO - http://portal.unesco.org
Women and equalityADVANCE — www.nsf.gov/advance and www.engr.washington.edu/advanceAT&T Labs Internships - http://public.research.att.comBeijing + 10 — www.un.orgBeijing + 5 - www.un.orgBeijing Conference on Women — www.un.orgDartmouth College, New Hampshire Internships - www.dartmouth.eduGenderdax — www.genderdax.deMax Planck Society www.mpg.de/englishMaximising Returns — www.setwomenresource.org.ukNatural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada — www.nserc.caUnited Nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development/Gender Advisory Board — http://gab.wigsat.orgWomen Scientists Programs, Department of Science and Technology, India - http://dst.gov.in
Reports and resources on women in science and industryEuropean Commission, Women in Science — www.cordis.luMIT Report - http://web.mit.eduNational Science Foundation — http://www.nsf.govU.K. Resource Centre for Women in SET — www.setwomenresource.org.ukWomen in Physics,IUPAP — http://proceedings.aip.orgWomen Scientists in Industry, Catalyst — www.catalyst.org