Gender research in FP7

December 15, 2004

Brussels, 14 Dec 2004

The Swedish secretariat for gender research, together with the Swedish EU R&D Council and the Nordic institute for women's studies (NIKK), is organising a seminar on gender research in the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) in Brussels on 25 January 2005.

The organisers are keen to discuss the need for greater integration of gender research in the next framework programme, and feel that gender research should be given a significant role, both in terms of policy support and research projects and networks.

For further information, please contact:
Lieve Van Damme
Swedish EU R&D Council
Tel: +32 2 549 0993

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