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Gender Matters! – online seminar
7. lokakuuta @ 10:00 – 16:00
Please register for the conference by 2 October 2020 using this link: http://bit.ly/Genderequalitydays2020
10.00 Opening and welcome Thomas Blomqvist, Minister for Nordic Cooperation and Equality, Finland; Mia Nykopp, Director of Administration and Finance, Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare
Greetings from the European Commission: EU Gender Equality Strategy 2020-2025
Irena Moozova, Director for Equality, European Commission
Results of the project Gender Matters? Project Manager Mia Teräsaho and Project Coordinator Sonja Soronen, Gender Matters?, Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare
11.00 Keynote1: Gender matters in political decision-making: Lessons and good practices from Finland and Europe Johanna Kantola, Professor, Tampere University
Gender equality from principal to practice – an EU perspective
Sirpa Pietikäinen, Member of the European Parliament
Nudging Women to Power – What Can Journalists Do?
Mari-Liis Sepper, Equality policies expert, Centre for Policy Studies Praxis
13.15 Keynote2: A periscopic perspective – introducing representation work, tools and best practices in European media Mette Mut Andreasen, Project Manager of PLURALISTERNE, MA in Media Studies and co-initiator of The Periscope Project, Silja Thøgersen, Journalist and co-initiator of The Periscope Project
Images that change the world: challenging gender stereotypes and excluding norms with photography Tomas Gunnarsson, Journalist and Gender Photographer
50.50 project: Seeking gender balance in news Heikki Valkama, Journalist, Yle News
Recognizing and addressing bias and norms in communications Nitin Sood, Non-Discrimination Officer, City of Helsinki
14.45 Panel discussion: Gender matters in the future!
Antti Rinne, First Deputy Speaker of the Parliament of Finland
Maria Pettersson, Editor-in-chief of Journalisti
Sara Salmani, Diversity & Inclusion Specialist
15.45 Closing remarks
Tanja Auvinen, Director, Gender Equality Unit, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health in Finland