This section includes, among others, recommendations from GENDER-NET workshops, the 2015 LERU paper Gendered research and innovation: Integrating sex and gender analysis1 – where one of the main recommendations is to promote integrating the outcomes of GRI into the teaching curriculum, to better prepare the leaders of tomorrow for dealing with societal challenges – and the UNESCO report From Gender Studies to Gender IN Studies2 where cases from different Eastern European universities are analysed in terms of the development of their curriculum from a gender perspective. Other recommendations are also inspired by the 7 models presented in the section : Models on the Integration of the Gender Analysis into University Curricula (IGAUC).

  • 1. Gendered research and innovation: Integrating sex and gender analysis, LERU 2015
  • 2. From Gender Studies to Gender IN Studies: Case Studies on Gender-Inclusive Curriculum in Higher Education UNESCO-CEPES 2011