Gender and occupations
IP206 (former IP6)
Project leader: Nicky Le Feuvre
IP206 aims to develop an interdisciplinary theoretically innovative perspective on gendered aspects of the life course that enables us to clarify the conceptual insights to be gained from the term “vulnerability,” as compared to more frequently used concepts (e.g. social exclusion, poverty, precariousness). We are particularly interested in analysing the possible hiatus between objective resources and lifestyles and the subjective perception of vulnerability; in the ways individuals or groups perceive themselves as being at risk of being unable to achieve their desired objectives and goals, both in their professional careers and in their personal/intimate lives.
During Phase 1 (2011-2014), this project was entitled "Vulnerability at the interface of professional and family life: Gender and occupational differentials" (IP6)
Prof. Laurence Bachmann, Prof. Eric Davoine, Prof. Farinaz Fassa, Prof. Morgane Kuehni, Prof. Eléonore Lépinard, Prof. Muriel Surdez, Prof. Boris Wernli
Dr. Soline Blanchard, Dr. Isabel Boni-Le Goff, Dr. Michèle Ernst Staehli, Dr. Lavinia Gianettoni, Dr. Gaële Goastellec, Dr. Valeria Insarauto, Dr. Marc Perrenoud, Dr. Thierry Rossier, Dr. Nathalie Rougier
Pierre Benz, Roberta Besozzi, Marie Sautier, Romina Seminario, Najate Zougari
The DAISIE project (Dynamics of Accumulated Inequalities for Seniors in Employment) explores the gendered impacts of policies and practices aimed at extending working life (EWL) in five contrasting national settings (the Czech Republic, Ireland, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK). It is funded by the transnational research programme “Dynamics of Inequality Across the Life-course: structures and processes” (DIAL) in the framework of NORFACE (New Opportunities for Research Funding Agency Cooperation in Europe)
The “Musicians' Lives” study focused on musicians in Switzerland. The objective was to better understand their personal and professional careers, as well as their individual and collective experiences related to this occupation.
News published on IP206
- Extending the working lives of seniors: a challenge in terms of equality and occupational health
- The "Gender Factory": How the Swiss education system (re)produces inequalities between women and men
- Will fathers in Switzerland soon have access to leave? Insights into the gender equality potential of leave policies
- Gender awareness event at the University of Lausanne: focus on early academic careers
- Gender inequality is still mirrored in young people's career aspirations
- The cautious introduction of parental leave in Switzerland highlights gender inequalities
- "Ordinary musicians": a job category, which UNIL listens to
- LIVES at the heart of the 6th Congress of French Speaking Feminist Research in Lausanne
- The city of Lausanne participates to a study on the impact of paternity leave
- International Symposium "Work, Gender and Aging"