S&T, infrastructure, capital and skills could lead to material benefits also for women

 

The Gender Summit in Africa is going to stimulate meaningful conversations that will ensure that the research agenda is strengthened and also it will help us to reflect on how science, technology, infrastructure, capital and skills could lead to material benefits also for women. The Gender Summit-Africa will be able to take a fresh look at gender issues in knowledge making based on science. It will also strengthen research collaboration with all stakeholders from around the world. Furthermore, it will accelerate a shared responsibility of promoting gender sensitive science. And finally, it will promote research that impacts on public policy.

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