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TecnoCampus, as an entity committed to society and the region, promotes equal opportunities between men and women in order to eradicate any type of sexist discrimination and, in this sense, incorporates the gender perspective in a transversal way in all areas of work, study, teaching and research.
In the last decade, a broad regulatory framework on equality has been developed that requires the adoption of different measures to advance the achievement of effective equality between women and men. Despite the progressive incorporation of women into universities, as students, as teachers, as researchers, and as administration and service staff, gender biases survive.
Furthermore, society also imposes regulatory standards on the identity and expression of gender as well as on sexuality, which also generate specific forms of discrimination and violence against people in the LGBTI community. Thus, in the fight against gender inequality and gender-based violence, universities must add the fight against any expression of LGBTIphobia, in order to make effective the principles of non-discrimination and respect and to ensure that the university is a space where everyone can live and develop in full freedom.
Regulations to guarantee the rights of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender and intersex people and to eradicate homophobia, biphobia and transphobia.
Regulations on Equal Opportunities for Women and Men
Own university legislation
LAW 1/2003, of 19 February, on universities in Catalonia
Organic Law 4/2007 of 12 April amending Organic Law 6/2001 on Universities
Law 14/2011 of 1 June, on Science, Technology and Innovation
The Equality Unit is a specialized university service, competent in matters of gender equality policies.
Composition of the Equality Unit:
TecnoCampus is part of the UPF's Equality Policy Committee and, as a member of the committee, endorses the University's commitment to gender equality policies, both in promoting the effective equality of women and men as in guaranteeing the rights of people in the LGBTI community.
Write to the Equality Unit: UnitatIgulatt@tecnocampus.cat
The Equality Commission is the advisory and participation body whose main objective is to advise and be consulted on the elaboration, implementation and evaluation of the Equality Plan, as well as the promotion of gender mainstreaming in the set of university policy and awareness-raising activities on equality between women and men.
The Equality Commission is made up of people representing different areas of the university community.
The Technical Commission on sexual harassment and harassment on the grounds of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression is permanent and is responsible for the application of the procedure of technical and specialized performance collected in the Protocol to prevent and resolve conflicts over gender-based violence, homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, as well as the monitoring of measures.
Composition of the Technical Commission:
In 2011, the Equality Plan was approved, which defined the gender policy of TecnoCampus and which has served to guide the line of work to be followed in subsequent years in terms of equality and non-discrimination on the grounds of gender or sexual identity.
The II TecnoCampus Equality Plan is currently in force, which contains the Protocol to prevent and resolve conflicts in matters of gender-based violence, homophobia, biphobia and transphobia. Its essential purpose is to incorporate an integrated approach to the promotion of equal opportunities between women and men throughout university activity.
The implementation of this Equality Plan and the Protocol for Equality does not only mean a mere formal compliance with current regulations, but also involves assuming with conviction the equality of women and men as a priority and a governing principle of the University.
The II Equality Plan was approved on December 27, 2019 by resolution of the General Directorate 96/2019.
The protocol for preventing and resolving conflicts in matters of gender-based violence, homophobia, bi-phobia and transphobia aims to establish the essential criteria, of a minimum nature, for managing behaviours perceived as discriminatory, violent or sexual harassment, on the grounds of sex or by reason of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression within the scope of direction and organisation of the administrative or academic unit of affiliation of the person or persons who are the subject, and in the exercise of their professional or educational activity or as a consequence thereof.
The Protocol for the Prevention and Resolution of Conflicts on Gender-Based Violence, Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia is included as an annex to the II TechnoCampus Equality Plan.
La Equality Unit I la Healthy Campus Commission and Sustainable of the TecnoCampus invite you to participate in the first edition of the “Cycle of health and gender conferences"
- February 23: Health and gender perspective. Biases in health and gender. Sign up.
- March 3: Sexuality and socio-affective relationships. Safe sex, empowerment, risky sexual behaviors, alcohol and sex. Sign up.
- March 4: Mature sexuality. Sign up.
- March 10: Career, health and fertility. Sign up
Barcelona Women Acceleration Week (BWAW) is born with the aim of accelerating and dynamizing gender equality to help achieve the full participation and equal opportunities of women in the industrial sector locally and globally on the eve of the Day International Women's Day (March 8).
The first edition of BWAW, organized by the Barcelona Free Trade Zone Consortium and the INCYDE Foundation, will be held on March 3, 4 and 5, 2021 and will be broadcast live.
Information and registration in this link
Internal training action
Training by María de la Fuente, PhD in Political Science, and partner and consultant at iQ Institute for the Study and Transformation of Everyday Life.
The aim of this training is to raise awareness and sensitization on equality, diversity and inclusion. Contextualize the importance of the equality plan and establish and promote habits associated with equality, being aware of the usual prejudices and bad practices.
Tuesday, May 5, 2020
Hours: 11:30 a.m. at 13:30 p.m.
From 13 to 24 May, the UPF Equality Unit, in coordination with other agents of the university community, is organising the third Equality Week of the course, on the occasion of 17 May, International Day against LGBTIphobia.
Check the information on the activities in this link
Download the poster
Seminar "Sexual abuse on university campuses", organised by the Catalan Society of Victimology and Pompeu Fabra University.
May 8, 2019. Start: 16:00 p.m. Closing: 19:00 h.
Place: Pompeu Fabra University
C / Ramon Trias-Fargas 25-27 08005
Barcelona Albert Calsamiglia Room (Campus
Ciutadella, Roger de Lluria Building)
Check out the information in this link
Collective brainstorming session led by the writer Mª Àngels Cabré, director of the Cultural Gender Observatory, organised by the Faculty of Humanities of Pompeu Fabra University and addressed to the entire university community.
May 2, 2019, 12:30 p.m.
Place: Pompeu Fabra University
Mercè Rodoreda Auditorium
Check out the poster on this one link
HackGirl seeks to foster technological vocations in girls aged 12 to 18, solving a technological challenge linked to waste management. This activity will take place from 10 am to 18 pm at the TecnoCampus.
On March 8, a silent meeting of the university community of the TecnoCampus is held. It will be at 14 pm in the Plaza del TecnoCampus and you must bring a piece of clothing or a purple accessory.
HackGirl seeks to foster technological vocations in girls aged 12 to 18, solving a technological challenge linked to waste management. It will take place at 11 am in the Innolab of the TecnoCampus.
Activity from 14pm to 14pm in the Plaza del TecnoCampus, by the women castellers of the Passarells del TecnoCampus.
It is an information tent with ambient music by the new student committee of the Tecnocampus linked to issues of Equality. This activity will be from 11 am to 14 pm in the TecnoCampus Square.
On March 8, a round table is held on the occasion of International Women's Day on issues such as the wage gap, quota policy, work-life balance policies, roles and gender stereotypes in the professional world and impact on the processes of Socialisation.
The association "Give yourself a boost" was born 2 years ago with the aim of reaching all those businesswomen and entrepreneurs in the province of Barcelona and at the same time promote networking, work-life balance, promote business training and collaborate in the economic revitalisation of our environment wherever our presence is required.
Today there are already more than 80 members from Mataró, Maresme and others, who are part of this dynamic, energetic association, with strength and a lot of momentum. The Conference takes place at the TecnoCampus Mataró.
For the second year in a row, as part of the International Day for the Elimination of Gender-Based Violence, there will be a participatory exhibition on gender-based violence, the media and our immediate environment.
This year the results of a survey on the perception of inequality, carried out at the TecnoCampus, will be compared.
This prize, endowed with € 1.000, is aimed at students from UPF and its affiliated centers who present a final degree project in the 2020-21 academic year and have obtained a minimum grade of 7,5 in the first call. Works can be submitted until 15/7/2021.
TecnoCampus Documentation and Resources
Projects and recommendations
Empowering girls with technology
MENTOS Mentoring Female Engineering Students
Recruitment Bias in Research Institutes. Institution CERCA.
Feminist Agenda 2030, sustainable development goals
Xarxa Vives d'Universitats. Multilingual criteria for writing egalitarian texts.