Using Gender-based Analysis Plus (GBA+) in PREPARE

As part of Trilateral’s work for PREPARE – which focuses on identifying any vulnerabilities children may face when their parents are part of violent extremist networks – consortium partners are guided by an analytical tool used by the Government of Canada, called Gender-based Analysis Plus (GBA+). The History of Data Bias In her book “Invisible Women: […]

Gender and Leadership in Higher Education and Research


The GEARING Roles project is proud to invite you to our second annual conference 9 – 11 November  2020 online, hosted by Sabanci University in Istanbul. The conference theme this year is “Gender and Leadership in Higher Education and Research.” Gender Equality Actions in Research Institutions to traNsform Gender ROLES (GEARING Roles project) is made […]

Celebrating gender equality

At Trilateral, we believe in the strength of a diverse, gender-balanced environment with positive work-life balance, and value the passion and talents of our team. On International Women’s Day, we want to take the opportunity to celebrate our team and be proud of our achievements in hiring and promoting successful women and of our multicultural team. […]

Recruitment, Retention and Career Progression of Women in Academia

We are delighted to announce that GEARING-Roles is organising its first project annual conference, which will be taking place on the 27 November 2019 at the University of Lisbon in Portugal. GEARING-Roles is a four-year EC funded project that aims to increase gender equality in research institutions. The project is a strong multidisciplinary consortium of 10 […]

Promoting more effective gender equality in research institutions

Gearing Roles resized

Gender equality is a fundamental value and an essential part of European research and innovation policy. At Trilateral we feel privileged to be part of the newly launched Horizon 2020 GEARING-Roles project, in which we will be working closely with our partners to promote more effective gender equality and eradicate discrimination in research institutions. Devising […]