What is the Center for Gender Equality ?

About the establishment of the Center for Gender Equality

The Office for Gender Equality was established on January 21, 2003 in order to actively work to achieve gender equality through internal processes at Nagoya University. It was the first national university in Japan to take this step. Specifically, the Office's duties include involvement in positive action, correcting gender discrimination and disparities, complaint processing system for monitoring purposes, the Gender Equality Social Promotion / Industry-Academia-Government Collaboration Forum, the Basic Humanities-Sciences Gender Research Project, the Policy Research Project, and other avenues to promote gender equality at this University.


Structure of Center for Gender Equality

  Director: Hiroko Tsukamura
(Professor, Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences
Center Member: Chizuru Sakakibara,
(Professor, Center for Gender Equality)
  Center Member: TAMA Florence Muriel
(Professor, Graduate School of Science
  Center Member: Mayumi Saegusa,
(Associate Professor, Center for Gender Equality)
  Center Member: Mariko Yamasaki
(Associate Professor, Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences
  Center Member: Mana Takahashi
(Designated assistant professor, Center for Gender Equality)