Library guidesSubject: Economy and Business
Gender perspective for teaching
A selection of resources to help teaching staff apply gender perspective in the classroom, with a special focus on Economics and Business. There are examples of good practices, activities and materials for students to reflect on.
Reference guides and documents
This research focussed on the teaching programmes of the bachelor's degrees in Audiovisual Communication, Advertising and Journalism offered by Andalusia's public universities, seeking in them a reflection of the gender mainstreaming required in accordance with the regulations set in place for the Spanish university system's adaptation to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA)
The website of UN Women, the United Nations entity dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women
A guide that compiles a set of multilingual criteria to write unbiased texts in Catalan, Spanish and English, enabling fair representation of men and women in the documentation of the universities of the Vives Network. Its intended readership is, therefore, the entire university community (teaching and research staff, the administrative and service staff, and the students)."
Collection of guides promoted by the working group on gender equality of the vives network of universities.
12 specific examples of significant initiatives promoting gender equality implemented by higher education institutions and organizations all around the world.
UNESCO report prepared in collaboration with EQUALS. Digital skills help women participate in economic activities and find work. This opens up a wealth of personal and professional opportunities for participation and decision-making, such as finding better jobs, getting loans for business initiatives and gaining access to online education and training.
A guide whose goal is to promote the coordinated work of all the members of the university community to foster positive measures in terms of the visibility, recognition, appreciation and non-discrimination of LGBTI persons, as a hallmark of a university that aims to be inclusive and a custodian of the highest values in research and education, but also in empathy, sensitivity and respect.
A gender equality index that shows the gaps between men and women in the Member States of the EU. It shows the equality achievement levels in six areas: work, money, knowledge, time, power, and health.
Librarians responsible for this library guide
Albert CerveraOperative subgroup: Librarian for Economics and Business, vocational training and advanced-level training courses for professionals Operative group: Library for Learning