Feminist Library faces eviction on 1st March – start of Women’s History month! • For immediate release, 17.2.16 The Feminist Library is about to be thrown out of the building that has been… Continue reading
These words were spoken at the launch of the brand new Resource and Documentation Centre of EIGE in Vilnius, Lithuania, on October 1st. Different experts in the field of Gender Equality shared their dreams… Continue reading
2013 AtGender Spring conference, April 26-28, Gothenburg , Focus: ‘Teaching with gender’
Atria, is the new name of the Institute on Gender Equality and Women’s History in Amsterdam. This institute results from the merger of Aletta, Institute for Women’s History and E-Quality, Information Centre for Gender, Family and Diversity Issues. Both institutions have a long history of advocating for gender equality and women’s history.
Dear WINE members in all European countries, we are around 50 members in our network. That’s why I am using our weblog to send around this invitation to join ATGENDER. Whoever can find… Continue reading
KvinnSam – the Swedish National Resource Library for Gender Studies – has over the last years created web portals on different aspects of women’s history. We are happy to announce that we have… Continue reading
While Atgender (The European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation) is celebrating its first anniversary, any Atgender’s member is invited to participate to the Elections for the board by the end of… Continue reading
On August 14th. 2010 representatives of WINE (Maria Gronroos, KILDEN, ; Silvia Radicioni, Biblioteca delle Donne, Bologna; Berith Backlund, Kvinnsam, and Tilly Vriend, Aletta, ) met Maria Cotera a.o. of IFLA’s Women’s Special… Continue reading
Learn more about Amazone. Interview with Mieke Van Nuland, first director of Amazone, the federal resource centre for the equality between ♀/♂, Brussels-Belgium, (1995-2009).
WINE is a network of libraries, archives and information centres focused on gender and feminist issues in Europe. Currently more than 50 organizations from several countries are members. There are women’s libraries, information… Continue reading