Join us on our event and let’s make
the CHANGE together!

The goal of this event is to work together on overcoming hurdles and achieving structural change in science and research towards more gender equity.

The event which will take place in the beautiful city of Aveiro in Portugal from 26 to 27 April, 2022.

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Final CHANGE Stakeholder International Workshop, 26 to 27 April, 2022

The CHANGE – CHAlleNging Gender (In)Equality in science and research’ Horizon 2020 project (reference 787177) has the pleasure to invite You to the Final Stakeholders International Workshop, to be held face-to-face on 26 and 27 April, 2022 at the University of Aveiro (Portugal).

CHANGE ( runs from 2018 to 2022 and is carried out by a consortium including 7 institutions. The main aim of this project is to support research performing organisations (RPOs) to design and implement gender equality plans.

The Final CHANGE Stakeholder International Workshop goal is to work together on overcoming hurdles and achieving structural/institutional change in science and research towards more gender equity.

This workshop is free of charge, but the registration is required. Please, register by March 10th, considering:

  1. The CHANGE project respects the privacy rules of all participants, ensuring the security and confidentiality of the information collected, in strict compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The data collected are intended exclusively for the organization and management of the event. Data access and processing are authorized exclusively for members of the Portuguese CHANGE project research team, according to the purpose of the data, and will not be shared with third parties. Data will be stored electronically on secure servers at University of Aveiro until the end of the project duration (October 2022) in order to satisfy legal obligations.
  2. The Data Protection Officer (DPO), who ensures that personal data is processed in compliance with current legislation, is available through e-mail (
  3. Participants have the right to: access their data and receive information about the processing of their personal data; rectify any inaccuracies about their personal data during the collection period;  and lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.
    If you wish to act on your rights or would like more information about this you may contact us with your request at the email address

By registering to this event you agree that organizers can use your personal data in relation to this event and add your name and organization to the event’s list of participants.