The United Nations has declared 11 February the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Every year we see more and more women (scientists, engineers, teachers…) getting involved in this initiative, dedicating time and effort to organising and participating in various activities. However, every time an activity of this kind is organised or the issue of gender equality is raised, the same question arises: Where are the men?
Professor Michael Flood, who specialises in men’s involvement in gender equality, offers some recommendations for men to take a more active role in these initiatives.
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