The Belarusian European Humanities University (EHU), based in Lithuania, opened a call for the research grant for prospective MA students in Gender Studies at EHU.
The grant will be provided within the framework of the Women in Tech programme, an educational and research project aimed at supporting women in the IT field, stimulating research at the intersection of technology and feminism, and promoting gender equality in the field of high technologies. The project was launched by the EHU Centre for Gender Studies, and is funded by the European Union.
Gender inequality in IT in Belarus, ex-Soviet countries and Eastern Europe (studies of exclusion mechanisms, ageism, work-family balance, “sticky floor” and “glass ceiling”) is one of the eligible topics.
The deadline for applications is 10 July.
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