Interdisciplinary joint seminar ‘Gender and Governance’

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Thursday, March 28, 2019

Venue: Porthania, room 545, 5th floor

9:30 – 10:00 Registration and coffee

10:00-10.30 Opening

10.30-12.00 – Discussion 1. Gendering Governance: Gender Policies and Gender Mainstreaming in the situation of Gender Backlash

12.00-13.30 – Lunch (provided for conference speakers at UniCafe Porthania - 2nd Floor of Porthania) 

13:30-15.30  Discussion 2. Gender and Public Administration

15:30-16:00 – Coffee break

16.00-17.30 Discussion 3. Work-Life Balance and Gender Policy

17:30-18:30 Final discussion for the day: Towards Gender-Sensitive Governance

18.30 – Discussion over a glass of sparkling wine

 

Friday, March 29, 2019

Venue: Porthania, room 545, 5th floor

10:00-12:00 – Round Table: Towards Gender-equity policies: what can/shall be done?

Chair -  Olga Isupova, HSE

Marianna Muravyeva, Gender (In)Sensitive Governance in Contemporary Russia

Alexander Kondakov, Russia's Sexual Sovereignty

Chair - Marianna Muravyeva, University of Helsinki

Olga Isupova, Ekaterina Chemankova, Women's Choice of Police Work: How Does it Happen?

Natalia Kotrikova, ‘Maximizing Bureaucrat’: Rent-Seeking Behavior of Female Bureaucrats of Israel

Anastasia Zelenkova, Factors of Career Development of Male and Female Public Servants

Elena Khen, The Role of Civil Servants in Shaping the “Conservative Turn” of Gender Order.

Valeriya Utkina, Alina Efimova, Mikhail Raschupkin, Discrimination of Women in Public Authorities of Russia and Ghana.

Chair - Alexander Kondakov

Larisa Shpakovskaya, What do Women Think about Their Social Rights after Socialism?

Anna Avdeeva, Attachment Parenting in Russia: the Socio-Political Resources and Barriers of (Intensive) Mothering

Susanna Gasparyan, Restrictions for Young Women Applying for a State Civil Service in the Russian Federation

Anastasia Minnikova, Work-Life Balance of Female Bureaucrats in Russia and Azerbaijan