Project Details


Ensuring the future of democracy requires empowering all social group to engage, yet the gender gap in political leadership, political
ambition and political self-efficacy is the most persistent and most difficult to tackle across Western democracies. The situation when
looking across the intersect of gender, social class and ethnicity becomes even more grave. These differences have been shown to begin
in the school and classroom dynamics has been cited as the likely socialisation process that leads to these different outcomes. G-EPIC,
a multinational consortium of universities and civil society organisations, has been brought together with the aim of fostering social
innovation and testing interventions to reduce gender inequality in politics. The
Effective start/end date1/02/2331/01/26


  • Gender in political sciences

Flemish discipline codes

  • Other political science not elsewhere classified


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