The EU is facing an unparalleled shortage of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) careers and education. This survey is part of a roadmap of activities to address the underrepresentation of women in STEM, which will also feed into the follow-up to a proposal of the Conference on the Future of Europe that called for more support for women in STEM
If you are representing a secondary and higher education institution, or you are engaged in research and innovation, then EU Science & Innovation needs you. You are invited to become part of their manifesto. The survey is one step in the consultation process towards the co-design of a gender-inclusive STE(A)M manifesto, targeting stakeholder organisations and networks from education, research and innovation. The aim is to identify a number of key principles and actions to be addressed in the manifesto. You can find out more and answer the survey here.