The EASE Sex and Gender Equity in Research (SAGER) guidelines have been incorporated into a new policy review by the European Commission.
The document “GENDERED INNOVATIONS 2:How Inclusive Analysis Contributes to Research and Innovation” mentions the SAGER Guidelines four times, including flowcharts and checklists to ensure researchers incorporate acknowledgment and adherence to the guidelines when designing and writing health and biomedical research.
The full EC Policy Review can be accessed here
The EC Policy Review is referenced in a Nature news item by Elizabeth Gibney, published this week, interviewing SAGER-supporter Londa Schiebinger, on better integration of gender analysis into research.
You can find full information about the SAGER Guidelines, how to adopt them into research workflows and editorial checklists in the EASE Gender Policy Committee community page, along with a form to add your signature to the list of names, associations, journals and organisations who endorse and adopt them, plus more details about the work of EASE in this area.