At the end of September, the Early Stage Researchers and the GRACE consortium gathered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, to present their progress on the GRACE project for the European Commission. Hosted in the building of ATRIA (the institute on gender equality and women’s history), the ESRs gave presentations on their research progress and future plans. The result of the review process was very satisfactory, and the European Commission representatives considered the GRACE project to be executed in a perfect manner.
Following the Mid-Term Review meetings in Amsterdam, the ESRs took this opportunity to spend some days at Utrecht University for more meetings, designed to work on the GRACE app and the Museum of Equalities project, both expected to be launched in the beginning of 2019. First plans were also made for the next GRACE research school, which will take place in Budapest in May 2018, around the theme of dissemination.