Amazone, its history and its aims

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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). Advertisements

THE EQUALITY ♀/♂ WEB IN AN ENLARGED EUROPE

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Now available, edition 2010 of

THE EQUALITY ♀/♂ WEB IN AN ENLARGED EUROPE
a selection of national equality bodies, women’s organizations, women’s studies and resource centres in the EU 27

Athena book series results

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The Athena3 network has jointly developed modules, teaching materials and programmes, and conducted extensive research and published reports about didactic and educational aspects of the interdisciplinary field. You can find (and download) teaching… Continue reading

BEYOND EUROPEAN GENDER STUDIES – TRANSVERSAL CONNECTIONS

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The first ATGENDER  conference will take place in Brussels on February 18 and 19, 2010. WINE meeting will be on Thursday 18th February. The preliminary program and all information can be found here.

Fragen project ;partners met for the first time in Amsterdam

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European women’s libraries and scholars from all over Europe are working together on the Fragen project which aims to collect the most important texts from the feminist movements of the second part of… Continue reading

ATGENDER, the European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation was founded officially on September 30, 2009.

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The last day of Athena – for now at least – was thus the first day of ATGENDER. This means that there is continuity in our networking also on an institutional level. ATGENDER,… Continue reading

Welcome!

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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