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Equality

Equality at Deusto

Deusto's commitment is to contribute to a change of culture that helps to overcome discrimination against girls and young women in access to quality education, to promote strategies for equality in the workplace and in public representation and to prevent sexual or sexist violence.

The current Equality Plan aims to transform our institutional cultureto achieve genuine equality, by effectively incorporating the gender perspective in our teaching, research and transfer activities, thus contributing to social change.

  • People management: selection, recruitment, promotion, remuneration system and work-life balance measures.
  • Teaching and Research.
  • Leadership model: equal representation in decision-making, inclusive and transformative leadership.
  • Prevention and reporting of sexual or sexist violence.
  • Institutional relations and communication to overcome sexist stereotypes.

Contact

2030 AGENDA

24, Universidades Ave. 48007 Bilbao (Biscay)

agenda2030@deusto.es
 

Equality Committee

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Equality Committee

Bilbao harassment technical committee

  • Chair: María Silvestre Cabrera
  • Secretary: Iñigo Fernández Rivera.
  • Carolina de León.
  • Juan de Dios Ugalde.

San Sebastian technical committee

  • Chair: María Silvestre Cabrera
  • Secretary: Iñigo Fernández Rivera.
  • Iñigo Mugarza Lazcanoiturburu.
  • María Irazusta.

Incorporates gender equality in SDG5

2030 Agenda

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Awards

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Equality

Awards

Since 2003, the Master's Degree in Intervention in Violence against Women at the University of Deusto has been a pioneering and unique benchmark in providing specific training in the field of intervention in violence against women in response to a great social demand in this area. It was also recognised with the Emakunde Equality Award in 2018.

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