Early career women in research environments: the agony of social capital

by Ivana Hadjievska Down the rabbit hole  In the cold and rational world of Science the only thing that matters is result. Quality results from a professionally conducted research that aims to stretch out the state of the art in the field and bring in “the discovery” to the world, do not pre-question the human condition … Continue reading Early career women in research environments: the agony of social capital

Academia and Gender: The Hidden Inequalities

Nafisa Insan, PhD student, Newcastle University, Population Health Sciences Institute As a public health student, gender studies for me involves researching gender inequalities in health. Life expectancy, disease and mortality rates are often at the forefront of gender data. Although important statistics, gender inequalities are in fact woven into every single aspect our lives which … Continue reading Academia and Gender: The Hidden Inequalities