- About the CUG
The promotion of SISSA wellbeing and equal opportunities is managed by the CUG
What is CUG
CUG is an acronym for “Comitato Unico di Garanzia”, the unified committee for equal opportunities, the promotion of the wellbeing of the personnel, and against discriminations.
The CUG has propositional, consultative, and verification tasks. It contributes to the optimization of the productivity of public work by promoting a working environment characterized by the respect of the principles of equal opportunity, of organizational well-being and by the contrast of any form of discrimination and moral or psychic violence for workers.
Who is CUG
Beatrice Pastore (Componente di Parte Sindacale, FLC CGIL, SISSA)
Audrey Franceschi Biagioni (SISSA postdoc)
Domenica Bueti (SISSA faculty, president)
Davide Venturelli (SISSA student)
Sebastian Goldt (SISSA faculty)
Valeria Mirabella (Componente di Parte Sindacale, FLC CGIL, SISSA)
- The SISSA wellbeing network
SISSA set up an articulated network to intercept possible discomfort. The appropriate channel depends on the nature and the reason of the problem, as detailed below.
The Confidential Counsellor, dr. Francecsa Pidone, provides free advice and assistance to every person at SISSA who feels discomfort or who is subjected to discrimination, harassment, dignity violation, or mobbing.
This service, offered by dr. Erica Costantini and dr. Diletta Viezzoli, is available for all SISSA’s personnel (students, postdocs, fixed-term and permanent employees, collaborators, etc) and offers support for personal and professional problems. The service can be contacted via email.
This service is organised by ARDiSS (University of Trieste).
The ombudspersons are available as independent, neutral and confidential resources in order to help students and postdocs with conflicts within research groups and in the personal and professional relationships with the supervisors. Further information here. Prof. Davide Crepaldi and Prof. Giuseppe Santoro are internal (SISSA) ombudspersons. Prof. Sergia Adamo is the external ombudsperson (University of Trieste).
- SISSA gender at glance
Work in progress...
- SISSA actions for the for the reconciliation of professional and family lives
This service is available to all who work at or collaborate with SISSA (administrative and technical personnel, faculty, postdocs, fellowship holders, students, other collaborators).
Agreements with institutions managing summer centers hosting employee's children within 3 and 13 years old during summer, and contributes to the costs according to the income.
A flexible structure of the work schedule is available in the presence of special family reasons.
Remote working has long been available at SISSA as an innovative form of work management and organization, aimed at improving the quality of life of employees while safeguarding the institutional needs. It has become necessary during the Covid-19 emergency in order to protect the individual and collective health. In the light of the advantages for the institution and the employees, an extended and flexible form of smart working is now being organised.
“Testo Unico Pubblico Impiego”
In order to perform the test, register for the “project implicit social attitudes” and test yourself in particular on “career” and “science”.
Gender Equality Plan
SISSA's Gender Equality Plan (GEP) is a policy document defining the School's strategy to detect gender bias, introduce innovative actions to correct it and reduce gender asymmetries. To that end, it identifies the School’s objectives and progress monitoring processes by means of specific indicators.
Other documents concerning the gender balance
Composizione per genere delle commissioni di concorso (art. 57 D.Lgs. 165/2001)
“Le pubbliche amministrazioni, al fine di garantire pari opportunità̀ tra uomini e donne per l'accesso al lavoro ed il trattamento sul lavoro riservano alle donne, salva motivata impossibilità, almeno un terzo dei posti di componente delle commissioni di concorso”.
4/09/2020, Teatro Rossetti: "Le eccellenti", spettacolo teatrale con la presenza in scena di scienziate delle due istituzioni, che ha proposto una riflessione sul talento delle donne, ma anche sulla loro esclusione della sfera sociale, politica ed economica, alla presenza della Ministra per le pari opportunità e la famiglia Elena Bonetti."
15/11/2019, SISSA: Orientation Day for first-year students, with an overview of all services the School offers”.
6/11/2019, SISSA: Round Table on "Gender gap in science in Europe and the US” (as part of the conference "A Global Approach to the Gender Gap in Mathematical, Computing, and Natural Sciences: How to Measure It, How to Reduce It?”)
Silvana Badaloni, European Platform of Women Scientists
Jean-Pierre Bourguignon, European Research Council president
Katherine Clancy, representative of the National Science Academies from US
Marie-Francoise Roy chair of the IMU Committee for Women in Mathematics
Jodi Tims, Association for Computing Machinery
16/10/2018, SISSA: Gender equality in the European Union: major issues and criticalities