Prosjekter

Projects

Kilden develops digital content on behalf of a variety of stakeholders. We also carry out smaller research projects and write reports.

Our key areas of knowledge are gender, research and communication.

These are some of our latest projects.

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Kifinfo.no/en is a website of resources and information about gender- and diversity work in research and academia. Kilden is responsible for the content and for updating the website, on behalf of the Comittee for Gender Balance and Diversity in Research.
Information about official Norwegian policies on gender equality and Norwegian gender research for an international audience. Kilden is responsible for the coordination and updates of the website, which is a collaborative effort.
Gender, Science, Technology and Environment - genderSTE - is a network of policy makers and experts with know-how on gender, science and technology. Linda Rustad, Kildens director, has been named as member of the network by the Norwegian Research Council.
GENDER-NET is an EU-project with the goal of increasing gender equality in academia, and better integration of gender perspectives in research. Kilden participates in the project on behalf of the Research Council of Norway.
Master suppression techniques are strategies people or groups of people can use to dominate or humiliate others in a subtle, indirect way. They have been popularized by Professor Berit Ås. In cooperation with Ås, Kilden is presenting The master suppression techniques. The presentation is also available in Norwegian, Spanish and Swedish.
Eleven women in Norway who have escaped trafficking tell their life stories in this web exhibition.