INCLIVA Foundation declares its commitment to the establishment and development of policies that integrate equal treatment and opportunities between women and men.

To guarantee the lack of discrimination by genre, the 2nd INCLIVA Foundation Equality Plan has been developed, which establishes a series of positive actions that aim to improve the working relationships.

Just as the collaboration of all the personnel has been fundamental in the development of the II Plan, their participation will be key for the implementation and execution of this Plan.

We intend for this Plan to reflect the activity of the INCLIVA Foundation in matters of equality, so any feedback and advice will help in its improvement.

It’s crucial that everyone takes part.

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Furthermore, INCLIVA’s governing bodies have approved the Protocol for the Prevention, Detection and Action in the Event of Harassment and Other Conflicts or Situations of Violence in the Workplace. All people have the right to be treated with respect and dignity, have the right to health at work, not only against risks that may cause physical harm, but also against those that may cause deterioration in mental health, to be treated equally and not to suffer discrimination in the workplace.

In order to guarantee the effective equality of the LGTBI people in INCLIVA, the Foundation has developed I LGTBI Diversity Plan. This plan seeks to establish zero tolerance policies against discrimination and harassment, promote respectful work environments, raise awareness about equal opportunities and rights, and increase the visibility of LGTBI people. With the approval of  this plan, INCLIVA declares its commitment with diversity.

Additionally, a Protocol for prevention and action against harassment based on sexual orientation, gender identity and/or gender expression has been developed to promote a culture of prevention, demonstrate zero tolerance, facilitate the identification of harassing behavior, establish an accessible procedure for confidential complaints, investigate complaints internally in an agile and confidential manner, as well as take measures against the person responsible for the harassment and compensate the affected victim.


A study by the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine reveals that more than half of women in those fields experience some form of harassment. It is the largest report on sexual harassment in US science so far,

Nature has published an article according to which gender bias distorts peer review (enlace)

Heads of Unit

Rut Cano
Anabel Gil

961 628 931
961 628 932


Telephones of Interest

Telephone number for victims of abuse.
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