February 2021 will mark two years since the UOC decided to create a standalone equality unit as part of the University’s commitment to developing gender equality policies. The unit is headed by Pastora Martínez Samper, Vice President for Globalization and Cooperation, and the other three members are: Maria Olivella, the coordinator, Anna Clua and Mònica Falquès.
The UOC’s Equality Unit is now looking to grow and seeking representatives from among the student body and the teaching, research and administrative staff. Everyone in the UOC community is welcome!
If you’d like to help broaden the scope of the efforts to promote gender equality, within and beyond the University itself, now’s your chance. Sign up via this formby 29 October.
What is the Equality Unit and what role does it play?
What does it mean to be a member?
What are the current goals and challenges?
We’ll let successful applicants know they’ve been accepted in November. For more information, take a look at the terms and conditions.
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