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Our project coordinator. University of Salerno carries out research and educational programmes, developing links with the surrounding area while respecting the environment, with the aim of creating, enriching and, at the same time, offering a scientific, cultural heritage to students, enterprises, institutions and in general to the whole community. In keeping with this mission and core values, the institutional goals are as follows: Research; Teaching and Education; Support for outstanding students and the diversely able; Development of the Campus as a community of individuals who share the same interests and values; Development of links with key players in the local area. OGEPO (Interdipartmental Observatory for the Gender studies and Equal Opportunity) was created by the University of Salerno in 2011
The Cyprus Neuroscience & Technology Institute is a research, non-profit, non-governmental, independent organization which is a world-pioneer in the development and application of the science of Structured Democratic Dialogue (SDD). This methodology aims to harness the power of emerging technologies in order to accelerate positive social change. The New Media Lab Unit participating in the RiskTrack project has additionally secured 13 contracts directly related to safer internet and combating of Cybercrime.
Confindustria Salerno is the main organization representing about 650 companies of small, medium and large size of the province of Salerno. It was founded in 1919 and is a member, from the beginning, of the national network Confindustria. Among many of its activities, Confindustria Salerno promotes training and export-oriented initiatives and hosts seminars, conferences, events. The Plural Feminine Committee, in particular, has the mission of supporting the gender policies in an innovation perspective and carries out many initiatives in this direction.
The National agency for the promotion of scientific research was created in 2008 by the law n° 2008-60 dated on August the 4th, 2008 and amended by the law n° 2010-42 of 26th July 2010.Under the guardianship of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, ANPR has the status of scientific and technological public establishment with the administrative and financial autonomy.
Our Agency is an interface structure between all Research & Innovation stakeholders:
– Research actors: 23000 researchers, 394 research laboratories, 215 research units, 40 research centres, 37 doctoral schools…
– Socio-economic actors: ministries, horizontal departments, technical centres, technology parks, clusters, public & private companies, employer organizations, funders, business angels, civil society, Diaspora…
CIC nanoGUNE (Asociacion – Centro de Investigación Cooperativa en Nanociencias) is a private non-profit making association, created in 2006, with the mission of performing world-class nanoscience and nanotechnology research for the competitive growth of the Basque Country.
The National Research Council (Cnr) is the largest public research institution in Italy, the only one under the Research Ministry performing multidisciplinary activities.
Founded as legal person on 18 November 1923, Cnr’s mission is to perform research in its own Institutes, to promote innovation and competitiveness of the national industrial system, to promote the internationalization of the national research system, to provide technologies and solutions to emerging public and private needs, to advice Government and other public bodies, and to contribute to the qualification of human resources.
In the Cnr’s research world, the main resource is the available knowledge which means people, with their skills, commitment and ideas. This capital comprises more than 8.000 employees, of whom more than half are researchers and technologists. Some 4.000 young researchers are engaged in postgraduate studies and research training at Cnr within the organization’s top-priority areas of interest. A significant contribution also comes from research associates: researchers, from Universities or private firms, who take part in Cnr’s research activities.
The Digital Leadership Institute is a Brussels-based, international NGO and a recognized world leader in promoting greater participation of girls and women in strategic, innovative ESTEAM (Entrepreneurship & Arts powered by STEM) sectors, through four areas of activity: Education and Skills Development, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Support, Advocacy and Awareness Building, Research and Consultancy
The General Secretariat for Gender Equality (GSGE) is Greece’s governmental agency that is competent to plan, implement, and monitor the policies on equality between women and men in all sectors. The GSGE is currently implementing its National Plan on Gender Equality 2016-2020 which includes 6 Strategic Priorities.
Galilee Research Institute Ltd was founded in 1979, is a private applied research institute, located in Kiryat Shmona, Israel. Research at MIGAL is highly interdisciplinary and specialised in the areas of agro-technology (precision agriculture), environmental sciences, agriculture, nutrition science and biotechnology. As a leading institute for applied research, MIGAL aims to strengthen and promote scientific innovation and spur economic growth in the Galilee. With over 85 Ph.D. scientists and a total staff of 270 researchers, engineers and students (all residents of the rural Galilee), MIGAL is a unique phenomenon, serving as a focal point for regional economic, educational and scientific developments, as well as for community development in the Galilee. MIGAL is affiliated with Tel-Hai College, where most researchers are lecturing, and have contacts with both the farmers and industries in the region. MIGAL has carried out a wide variety of successful joint ventures with leading industrial and academic institutions in Israel and abroad.
The Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts(ZRC SAZU) is one of the leading research and educational centres in Slovenia. ZRC SAZU’s Institute of Culture and Memory Studies engages in investigations of different forms of memory practices related to the events that profoundly marked 20th century Slovenia and South-east Europe. Its researchers focus on multi-layered phenomenon of memory, its social role and political relevance, and its relation with collective imaginations of the future. They also dedicate significant attention to research and practice of gender equality and equal opportunities in academia.