G-NET is a network of European and Latin American universities which develop teaching on European Integration and Gender.

The project adds value to the analysis of Latin America-European Union relationships as a source of both economic and social development through citizenship building and inclusive societies creation. It develops as well assessment on EU best practices to be suggested to the regions of Latin America.

Under this framework, the consortium will design high quality educative contents to be taught at Higher Education Institutions.

To whom is addressed

Not only students, but stakeholders, policymakers and researchers, especially those in the Latin American regions, could notice and know in-depth how gender perspective and equal opportunities have been incorporated in the European Union membership.  For further information, visit the section Training.

Contents would be available to the maximum number of people, free of charge, on-line and on-campus and both in English and Spanish.

Key facts

Acronym: G-NET
Full title: Equality training network: EU contributions to gender mainstreaming and citizenship
Duration: from September 2014 to August 2017
Funding: ERASMUS + programme of the European Union, Jean Monnet Activities Subprogramme, Network Action
Reference: 553287-EPP-1-2014-1-ES-EPPJMO-NETWORK
Coordination: Dr. Inma Pastor Gosálbez, Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Spain)