Mónica Lopes



Mónica Lopes is a researcher at the Centre for Social Studies (CES) integrating the Thematic Line 2 - Democracy, Justice and Human Rights. She holds a Ph.D. degree in Sociology from Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra. Her current research interests include gender relations, gender policies, social policies, (impact) evaluation and third sector. Since 2002, she has participated in a number of (action) research projects and evaluation studies exploring gender relations and assessing the implementation and impact of public (gender) policies, as well as providing tools and instruments for mainstreaming gender in different areas and institutional settings, namely in Academia. Most recently she led the Portuguese team of the H2020 project "SUPERA - Supporting the Promotion of Equality in Research and Academia". Currently, is responsible for the scientific review of the EEAGrants project "Gender Equal-Research", co-PI of the national project "ENGENDER - Gender mainstreaming in curricula and pedagogical practices in Portuguese Public Universities and member of the research team of the European project "PHOENIX - Listening to Citizen Voices for a Greener Europe".

Latest Publications

Book Chapter

Lopes, Mónica; Rodrigues, Francisco (2023), Between Knowledge and Power: Implementing a Gender Institutional Change Project in Academia, in Anália Torres, Dália Costa, Diana Maciel e Teresa Janela Pinto (org.), Estudos de Género, Feministas e sobre as Mulheres: Reflexividade, resistência e ação. Lisboa: Coleção Estudos de Género do ISCSP-ULisboa., 20

Article in Scientific journal

De Camargo Santos, Caynnã; Do Adro Lopes, Mónica; Coimbra Vieira, Cristina; Ferreira, Virgínia (2022), "O que se ensina nos estudos de género em Portugal: uma análise bibliométrica dos planos curriculares", Encontros Bibli: revista eletrônica de biblioteconomia e ciência da informação, 27, 1

Book Chapter

Ferreira, Virgínia; Lopes, Mónica (2022), Comment: The gender pay gap - a much debated synthetic indicator of gender inequalities, in Hermes Augusto Costa (org.), The "ILO-Chair" at FEUC: Talks on the future of work. Coimbra: Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, 165-173