The Hellenic Statistical Authority conducts a research about health population issues every five years since 2009. The research is attuned to the statistical surveys of the European Union members.
The 2019’s research on 8125 households, males and females over 15 years old gathers information concerning the use of health services, the maintenance of individual’s health and the factors involved such as nutrition, smoking, alcohol, fitness activity etc.
According to the 29th Informative Note of the GSDFPGE Observatory and based on the Hellenic Statistical Authority research, 44,8% women over 15 years old have had a mammography during the last couple of years (increase of 6,7% since 2014 :42%). 33,1% has never done mammography (decrease of 13,8% since 2014: 38,4%).
The results of health population for the following years 2014 and 2019 concerning the four main geographical regions are illustrated likewise:
In 2019, 77,1% of the female population claim that are in good health while in 2014 the percentage was 71%. Evidently there is an increase.
In 2019 the 81,9% of the male population claim that they are in good health. In 2014 the percentage was 78,9%.
This shows that the majority of female population realises the importance of prevention concerning female diseases, so programs in this direction will continue to be implemented.
On 20 April 2021, the R&I Peers project hosted its Second Multisectoral Conference addressing “the impact of gender equality plans on internal and external stakeholders.” The purpose of this conference was to disseminate the results and contribution of the R&I Peers project to advancing gender equality in research and innovation in EU. The conference dove into questions about the real impact of gender equality plan (GEP) implementation, both internal and external to the GEP implementing organisation.
The following topics were discussed:
- The impact of the GEP implementation on internal stakeholders
- Gender Equality Plan in engaging external local, regional and national stakeholders
- Most successful actions in the GEP implementation
Science and innovation leaders, decision makers, researchers and practitioners ready to collaborate, were invited to the conference to share and learn about gender equality in R&I.
The conference program can be found on this link.
The R&I partner CIC NanoGUNE has held two trainings for directors on the topic of sexual harassment during summer 2020. The main aim of the trainings was to raise awareness about the sexual harassment. Different forms of violence against women (and gender-based violence) was discussed, trying to reflect upon what would be sexual harassment (although not everyone understood them the same way), with specific examples of other companies. Law and recent changes in this field were also discussed. The methodology and contents of the trainings can be summarized as follows:
1. Basic aspects about the
theory of gender
of sexist’s violence
3. Sexual harassment and owing
sex: definitions, types, consequences for the victim and at work
legislation about sexual harassment and owing sex
5. Sexual harassment protocols as prevention of labour risks and as part of an egalitarian culture: characteristics, functions and procedures