Gender Equality in the Clean Energy Transition
FemPower − is an Erasmus+ project that aims to increase female representation in CET sector, empower and prepare those who are already active in academia or the market, and integrate the gender dimension in research and development of the said domain.
Source of Funding: Erasmus+ European Commission programme
Implementation period: 02/2022 – 07/2024
Contact: Petar Laušević – firstname.lastname@example.org
Aristotelio Panepistimio Thessalonikis, Greece
Politecnico Di Milano, Italy
Technologiko Panepistimio Kyprou, Cyprus
Centre For Research On Women's Issues, Greece
Universidad Del Pais Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, Spain
Technische Universiteit Delft, Netherlands
Center for the Promotion of Science, Serbia
The FemPower consortium will develop tools, methodologies, open educational resources, a peer learning network and a cross-sectoral multidisciplinary collaboration that will increase inclusion and diversity in the Clean Energy Transition, develop STE(A)M in higher education, in particular women participation in STEM and promote interest and excellence in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. All the tools and methods developed within the FemPower project will be tested and evaluated within the project, through the relevant teaching/training activities and implementations resulting in an initial population of participants (teachers/trainers/researchers) that will benefit directly from the project results during the project’s duration. Further networking system and the yearly continuation of the MOOC will insure and promote long-term sustainability of the implemented solutions in the future.
The Role of CPN
CPN is in charge of the intellectual output that aims at developing an evaluation method and a tool for participatory, co-creative approach and activities, in order to integrate a gender diversity perspective within related CET processes and practices. The Center is also actively presenting and disseminating project activities and resources within the educational community of Serbia.