Gender Equality in Jagiellonian University in Kraków

Jagiellonian University’s Alma Mater on gender equality in the academia
In one of the issues of Jagiellonian University’s periodics Alma Mater has been published an article on projects in the academy that has been realized within European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme that aim to achieve gender equality. Authors of the article are Ewa Krzaklewska, Paulina Sekuła, Justyna Struzik and Ewelina Ciaputa, who in previous years (2015-2018) worked on GENERA project and for the next three years (2018-2021) will continue to take actions concerning equality between men and women within the ACT project.
While first of the projects aimed at diagnosing the situation at the Jagiellonian University’s Institute of Physics to identify inequalities, including bias and discrimination and at proposing solutions to avoid them, the second one has widen its scope to gather institutions (including Jagiellonian University) from Europe that are willing to introduce institutional change regarding equality between men and women in three main areas: careers, decision-making and educational content. As a result of the GENERA project Institute of Physics has implemented Gender Equality Plan, and ACT project has established Communities of Practices which main purpose is to implement measures accordingly to abovementioned ERA priorities.
You can read the article here (only in Polish) (pages 60-62):