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  • Final remarks on g19 Rethinking Knowledge Regimes

    [14 Oct 2019] The conference g19 Rethinking Knowledge Regimes - Solidarities and Contestations is now closed. It was held in Folkets Hus in Gothenburg and on the last day of the conference, final remarks from five participants summarized the conference in Kongressalen.

  • Gender research is needed now more than ever

    [1 Oct 2019] The first generation of gender researchers came into the universities with the express desire to change these academic institutions. "Now we must fight to defend them. It´s paradoxical," says Rosi Braidotti, Professor at Utrecht University in the Netherlands.

  • g19 - Swedish conference for gender studies

    [17 Sep 2019] Sweden´s biggest gender studies conference will be held again this autumn, this time in Gothenburg on 7-9 October. Tap into our most current issues and societal challenges presented by a broad example of the global gender research community.

  • Gender analysis gives new perspectives in research

    [8 May 2019] Knowledge of the role that the gender dimension can play in research varies greatly between different countries in Europe. Investors need to set higher standards and ensure that the results are useful to everyone, researchers say to genus.gu.se.

  • Gender perspective is weak in the EU's forthcoming research and innovation programme

    [24 Feb 2019] The EU countries' ministers for innovation and research have now agreed on the fundamentals for the EU¿s forthcoming research and innovation framework programme, Horizon Europe. But many experts describe the wordings dealing with gender in research and gender equality in academia as far too vague in the current proposal.


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