STREAM IT aims to initiate change about the persisting gender inequalities in STEM education, research, and innovation to contribute to the implementation of the ‘The European Manifesto for gender-inclusive STE(A)M education and careers.’ The envisioned aim of the project is achieved by empowering underrepresented groups in STEM, promoting gender-inclusive career paths and supporting STEM education providers through knowledge sharing, and capacity building to remove gender-based barriers in STEM. The project is coordinated by the HETFA Research Institute, which is based in Budapest, working in public policy analysis, economic and social research, as well as in regional and urban development.

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Project Coordinator

Hungarian University of Agriculture
and Life Sciences (MATE)

Julianna Kobolak