Please find below details of the Feminist Quantitative Methods Workshop on the Gender Data Gap, organised by FemQuant, a network of researchers interested in the intersection between feminism and quantitative research methods in the social sciences.
The event is a one day interdisciplinary workshop to explore gender data gaps across a range of themes and regions. It frames the gender data gap as a feminist issue, one which has come about from survey and administrative data design being viewed primarily through the lens of men’s lives and concerns. The invited talks and paper presentations will outline gender data gaps that exist in survey, administrative and other quantitative data, and speakers will offer possible solutions, including the innovations offered by big data and changes to the content and structure of surveys to capture crucial information about the gender pay gap.
See the full programme below. The workshop is free, but you need to register as places are limited. You can register via this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/femquant-one-day-workshop-gender-data-gaps-tickets-61923425633