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Research and action

on gender equality

at UTokyo

driven by students.

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News

> 17 Oct. 2020

Events: summary of online discussion on gender equality in universities in Japan and Middle East added! (see page)

> 15 Oct. 2020

Her UTokyo: new page added!  (see page)

About

In March 2019, a group of graduate students at the University of Tokyo came together to study and promote gender equality on campus. We were inspired by existing university initiatives on GE, but at the same time we were struck by the slow pace of change among both students and faculty members. We also noticed that despite the large number of GE activities, fragmentation and low coordination may be reducing their impact.

Supported by the University of Tokyo GSDM Program for Leading Graduate Schools, we are undertaking a two-year project to understand, respond to, and improve gender equality among faculty members and students at our university.

We believe that gender equality benefits both men and women, and we are convinced that as students we have the power to foster an academic environment respectful of and encouraging diversity.

This website introduces our research and outreach activities on GE at UTokyo. In addition, we provide a comprehensive and regularly-updated compendium of GE institutions and events at our university.

Our project

Research

We have conducted a one-year research project on causes of the "leaky pipeline" of female researchers at UT.

Find out about our interview-based method and results.

Events

We have organised student-led workshops on gender equality, supported by varied guest speakers. 

From problem identification, to analysis, to policy proposals.

Her UTokyo

We are drawing attention to a diverse range of female researchers at UTokyo via a series of interviews.

Read their stories.

Contact

We are looking for new platforms to share our work and to promote GE in Japanese academia.

Host us, mentor us, collaborate with us.

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