THREE GEPP Panels at the ECPG conference Lausanne June 2017
24 March 2017: GEPP ECPG Panels in Lausanne June 2017.
Employment Equality in the Corporate World: Opportunities and Constraints to the Full Implementation of the Equality Agenda in a Comparative
- CFP: Implementing care policies to advance inclusive gender equality
- Taking the Measure of Gender Equality Policy Implementation and Impact: A Longitudinal, Cross-Sectoral, and Multi- Level Approach
1 March 2017: There will be a GEPP participant meeting the day before the ECPG conference in Lausanne on the 7th of June 2017 in the late afternoon followed by a group outing. For more details email Amy Mazur (firstname.lastname@example.org).
They examine the question of whether equality policies in democracies lead to greater gender equality. The research treats gender equality across a range of public policies that are directed at or will likely affect gender relations. The programme focuses on the implementation phases of a range of selected policy areas in a set of broadly comparable countries. Drawing on feminist theories of gender quality GEPP examines an extensive range of public policies that affect gender relations in both the public and private spheres of social and personal life in modern democracies.
 Workshop funding came from a public grant overseen by the French National Research Agency (ANR) as part of the “Investissements d’Avenir” program within the framework of the LIEPP center of excellence (ANR-11-LABX-0091, ANR-11-IDEX-0005-02)”.
 GEPP is convened by Isabelle Engeli (University of Bath), Joni Lovenduski (Birkbeck, University of London) and Amy Mazur (Washington State University). Core group members include: Alba Alonso (University of Santiago de Compostela); Samantha Ashenden (Birkbeck, University of London);Rosie Campbell (Birkbeck, University of London); Karen Celis (Vrije Universiteit Brussel); Johanna Kantola (University of Helsinki); Andrea Krizsan (Central European University );Emanuela Lombardo (Universidad Compultense de Madrid); Petra Meier (Universiteit Antwerpen); Rossella Ciccia (Queens University Belfast); Yvonne Galligan (Queens University Belfast); Birte Siim (Aalborg University); Mieke Verloo (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen); Georgina Waylen (Manchester University): Laurel Weldon (Purdue University); Lise Rolandsen Augustin (Aalborg University); Hege Skjeie (University of Oslo); Roberta Guerrina (University of Surrey); Birgit Sauer (University of Vienna.
 Funding for the London workshop was provided by the Birkbeck Institute of Social Research through its working group program.
 Funded by The Birkbeck Institute of Social research, the PSA Women and Politics Group and the Birkbeck Institute for Social research.
Care: Alba Alonso, Rossella Ciccia and Emanuela Lombardo
Equal Employment: Isabelle Engeli, Amy Mazur and Robert Guerrina
Gender Based Violence: Andrea Krizsan, Lise Rolandsen Augustin and Laurel Weldon
Intimate Citizenship: Samantha Ashenden and Johanna Kantola
Immigration: Birte Siim and Birgit Sauer
Political Representation: Rosie Campbell and Petra Meier
For more information about GEPP, contact Amy Mazur.