13 Mar 2017

On 10 March 2017, in the framework of the International Women's day on 8 March, the Women in Technology community organised an all-day visit to the Google Offices in Zürich, sponsored by the CERN IT department.

06 Mar 2017

A day at CERN organised by the Diversity Office and the PACMAN Marie-Curie project.

15 Jan 2017

A survey on the needs for child care and educational solutions for parents working on the CERN site was distributed to a target group composed of parents with children under the age of 10, representing 1537 members of CERN personnel.

09 Dec 2016

The first Welcome Drink for Spouses and Families was organised on 15 November for CERN employees and their families, recently relocated in the local area.

11 Nov 2016

Would you like to learn about how stereotypes form and how they could affect our professional life and the dynamics in our team?
Would you like to explore ways to recognise and overcome unconscious biases?

11 Nov 2016

Since 2014, CERN offers a professional opportunity for keen scientific or engineering talent with a common experience: a temporary absence from the field. 


31 Oct 2016

The new annual report by the CERN Ombudsperson, Sudeshna Datta-Cockerill has been published.

21 Oct 2016

ATLAS Outreach and Peter Jenni, together with the CERN Diversity Office invited Dr Tasneem Husain to spend a week of interactive encounters around science at CERN.

05 Oct 2016

The Diversity Newsletter for September 2016 has just been published, including news on our activities, interesting reads and our upcoming events. Read it here.

15 Sep 2016

Time and Venue: Tuesday, 4 October 2016 at 3:30 PM in Room Georges Charpak (Room F / 60-6-015)

Tasneem Zehra Husain is a string theorist and the first Pakistani woman to obtain a PhD in this field. She is very active in advocating education in Pakistan: she helped setting up a Science and Engineering School in her home town Lahore, conducts educational workshops for science teachers, and also contributed to anthologies of science writing for adults and kids.


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