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Working Tools of the BMFSFJ for the Planning, Allocation, and Supervision of Research Projects (German):

EU Working Paper for Horizon 2020 on how to deal with Gender in Research Projects:

This practice-oriented guide on Gender Mainstreaming in Research explains step by step, starting with the program or project content, through the call for tenders and project assignment, to the evaluation of the results on how gender relevance can be determined. In addition, the information is displayed clearly as a chart and as a checklist. (German)

On the homepage mentioned below is a historical archive of the project »Gender Competence Center« from the years 2003 to 2010. During this time, it was located at a third-party project at the Humboldt University of Berlin, Faculty of Law. Under the keywords: action areas/ research/ research projects, key questions that should be considered in research projects to gender-conscious research, divided into research design, research question, data collection, data analysis, documentation, are mentioned.

Archive of the Project »Gender Competence Center«

Within the framework of the research project »Gender Aspects in the Introduction and Accreditation of Graduate Degree Programs«, North Rhine-Westphalia has compiled gender curricula for 54 study subjects in a database. These are proposals for the integration of teaching content in women’s and gender studies into the curricula of (almost) all study subjects that can be studied in the Federal Republic of Germany. (German)

The guideline of the Salzburger Forschungsgesellschaft m.b.H. »How does research become gender-sensitive? A Guide to Integrating Gender Aspects into Research.« shows how the gender perspective can be integrated into research projects, explains how gender-relevant content can be included, and which methods are particularly gender-relevant. In addition, a project will exemplify how gender-sensitive research can proceed. (German)