Euraxess Top III project (funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 programme)
The information gathered in the report has been submitted by a Dual Career and Integration Services Expert Group, encompassing of representatives from European institutions and universities from 6 countries; Austria, Germany, Denmark, The Netherlands, Norway, and Switzerland. The goal of this report is to analyse and map the landscape of DCIS in the 6 countries as well as exchange knowledge of best practice examples in order to develop and improve the services based on the needs of each institution. The final outcome of the report presents the expert group’s findings, as well as recommendations bearing in mind the national and local context. Download the final report here.
Please find further information on Euraxess here: https://www.euraxess.de.
GENDER-NET was the first network in the European Research Area dedicated to the promotion of opportunity and gender equality through structural changes in science institutions and the integration of gender research. From 2013 to 2016, the DCND participated as observer in this transnational pilot project initiated by the European Commission. The DCND succeeded in establishing the support of dual career couples as a central and equitable offering for mobile researchers.
Homepage of GENDER-NET: www.gender-net.eu
Young Researchers in Europe
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Stifterverband für die deutsche Wissenschaft (Germany industry initiative promoting science and learning)
The Stifterverband's work centres on creating a productive and open knowledge society. Its goal is to work together effectively with universities, institutes and companies, allowing home-grown talent to be developed to its full potential and new ideas to be brought to fruition. Stifterverband supports the DCND financially and thus enbabled its formation.
Information on the Stifterverband at www.stifterverband.org.
EAF - European Academy for Women in Politics and Business
EAF advances female future leaders and supports women and men in their career planning and reconciliation of professional career and family life. It also furthers the dual career strategy through expertise and the organisation of relevant events.
More information on EAF at www.eaf-berlin.de.