Gender in Research
Here at METIS, we spend a lot of time talking about and promoting concrete equal opportunities measures. But just as important as the practical implementation of gender equality measures is research on gender-related topics. Such research often forms the foundation of the ways we pursue gender equality, both within and outside of academia.
There are a number of resources online that make gender research freely available. Below you’ll find a selection of links to open-access repositories of publications, collections of research projects, and other related websites.
List of research projects having to with gender research at Berlin universities.
Open Gender Platform
Open-access project with links to journals and publications series, blogs, its own repository of freely available publications, and much more.
Open-access repository of publications on gender research. Offers the possibility to upload your own gender-related paper so that it is freely accessible.
Collection of knowledge on topics surrounding the health and social participation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and intersex people, including a repository of publications, a web catalogue or relevant organisations and archives, and a video portal with lectures.
Blog run by members of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin with updates on what’s going on in gender studies at the HU.
Gendering MINT/STEM Digital
Open educational resource with the goal of strengthening gender competencies in STEM