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Available tools for promoting gender sensitive communication.
For Research Organizations interested into promoting internal structural change and make their Institutional Communication gender sensitive, it is important to take stock of existing available tools and guidelines. The presentation focuses among others on the UNESCO Gender and Media Guidelines, the UNDP Principles on Gender Sensitive Communication and the Antwerp Chart on Gender Sensitive Communication in and by Academic Institutions from the H2020 Project. Reflections on how these guidelines can be applied to ICT-IST research organizations have also been shared.
Maria Sangiuliano, PhD in Cognitive and Learning Studies, is working as a Research Fellow at DAIS (Department of Informatics, Statistics and Environmental Sciences) Università Ca’ Foscari since June 2016. She is a senior gender & innovation researcher and project manager interested in the intersections between social and technological innovation to make innovation policies and processes more sustainable and inclusive through gender and diversity sensitive co-design and implementation. Maria has been leading the Citizen Focus Action Cluster of the EIP (European Innovation Partnership) on smart cities and communities since May 2015. She has cooperated with many EU level NGOs, universities and research centres as well as international consultancies and agencies, in Italy and abroad, in the framework of EU funded projects on gender equality in innovation and regional development since the year 2002 both in the role of project designer, project coordinator, and researcher. She has also a passion for entrepreneurship with a social value and she is currently co-founder and CEO at Smart Venice, a recently started up company active in the sustainable tourism/culture sectors.