20 June 2019 from 12:00 to 13:30

Gender and Diversity Hub’s Brown Bag Conversation

Conversation on gender and diversity at work: critical perspectives on labour inequalities

You are warmly invited to the Gender and Diversity Hub’s brown bag conversation on 'Gender and diversity at work: critical perspectives on labour inequalities'.

programme

12:00-12:10 – Walk in, meet & greet and collection of lunch Opening by Prof. Linda Senden on behalf of the Gender and Diversity Hub team
 
12:10-12:15 – Introduction of the panel
Chair: Raphaële Xenidis, Researcher, International and European Law Department, Utrecht University

 
12:15-12:25 – Gender competition, stereotypes, and policy implications for promoting diversity in male-dominated labor markets
Diogo Geraldes, Assistant Professor of Economics, Utrecht School of Economics
 
12:25-12-40 – Interactive discussion with the audience
 
12:40-12:50 – Gender and Feminism, or The Odd Couple
Jamila Mascat, Lecturer, Department of Media and Culture Studies & Gender Studies, Utrecht University
 
12:50-13:05 – Interactive discussion with the audience
 
13:05-13:15 – The role of gender stereotypes in sustaining inequalities at work
Belle Derks, Hub chair and Professor of Psychological perspectives on organisational behaviour within institutions, Department of Social and Organisational Psychology
 
13:15-13:30
– Interactive discussion with the audience
 

About the Gender and Diversity Hub

The main aim of the Gender and Diversity Hub is to serve as a platform for stakeholders to (1) access the multidisciplinary expertise of UU scholars in gender, diversity and processes of in- and exclusion, and (2) to join forces with societal partners in solving complex gender and diversity issues and develop strategies for the implementation of diversity in order to achieve societal inclusion and change. The Hub is chaired by Rosemarie Buikema (Humanities), Belle Derks (Social sciences) and Linda Senden (Law) and coordinated by Dr. Francesca Manzi (Social Sciences), Rosa Wevers (Humanities) and Raphaële Xenidis (Law). For more information, please visit the Gender and Diversity Hub’s website.

Start date and time
20 June 2019 12:00
End date and time
20 June 2019 13:30
Entrance fee
Free entrance