Prof Hoskins attended the Kickoff meeting in Brussels for the €3 million multinational, European research project designed to support the development of political self-confidence of girls from less advantaged backgrounds, launched at the ‘YOUNG IN: co-creating evidence-based solutions for the future’ Stakeholders forum.

Activity: Public engagement and outreachAffiliation to non-academic organisation


The study, Gender Empowerment through Politics in Classrooms (G-EPIC), will establish a new international benchmark of best practice to improve gender1 equity in politics from the classroom onwards, encouraging more girls to become engaged in politics.
International Women's Day | University of Roehampton, London

Period20 Feb 2023
Degree of RecognitionInternational