Athena Swan Ireland
The Athena SWAN charter was established in 2005 to encourage and recognise commitment to advancing the careers of women in science, technology, engineering maths and medicine (STEMM) in higher education and research. In 2015 the Higher Education Authority supported a major national initiative to launch the Athena SWAN charter in Ireland. The Charter is based on ten principles which commit to addressing inequalities such as career progression, gender pay gap and discriminatory treatment. You can view it at: (opens in a new window)https://www.ecu.ac.uk/equality-charters/athena-swan/athena-swan-ireland
All members of the University Community have the right to study or work in an environment free from bullying, harassment and sexual harassment. Students, staff and visitors to UCD can report anonymously through the UCD Report and Support tool.
UCD School of Philosophy is committed to creating an environment where diversity is celebrated and everyone is treated fairly regardless of gender, age, race, disability, ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation, civil status, family status, or membership of the travelling community.
View UCD School of Philosophy Signed Commitment to the Athena Swan Ireland Charter Principles
UCD School of Philosophy Athena Swan Self Assessment Team
Four Members of the SAT - L-R: Katherine O'Donnell, Dan Deasy, Danielle Petherbridge, Rowland Stout
Co-Chairs: Rowland Stout and Dan Deasy
Tatjana von Solodkoff