MOVE identified as positive example integrating the gender dimension in their research
In the EC’s Interim Evaluation of the H2020 framework programme, the expert group assessing gender as cross-cutting issue in Horizon 2020 has identified MOVE as one of 15 A-ranked projects that integrate the gender dimension in their work.
The report states that in MOVE “Gender is a central category within a broader perspective on social inequality and young people disadvantages.”
In the course of the evaluation, the gender expert group analysed 111 projects with a focus on how gender is integrated into the research content. Projects that ranked A seriously consider the gender perspective and integrate the gender dimension into a significant part of their activities. This affects various levels, including theoretical background, methodology, as well as the impact and dissemination sections.
Read the full evaluation report here.