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24th Gender Summit

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The programme for GS24 will focus on new research evidence, fresh analytical approaches, and evidence-based practices to better understand when, how and why biological, gender, and social inequalities impact negatively on quality of research outcomes. In addition, GS24 will discuss where fresh actions are needed to make the necessary improvements. The GS24 Partnership includes Portia, the German Research Foundation (DFG), Elsevier, and Elsevier Foundation, National Science Foundation (NSF), Fonds de recherche du Québec (FRQ), Institute of Gender and Health - Canadian Institutes of Health Research (IGH-CIHR), University of Ottawa, and Canadian Science Policy Centre (CSPC).

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Joining in black Nordic study: an exploration of radical collaborative methods

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The black and African diaspora in the Nordics create knowledge, although this mostly happens outside academia. ‘Black study’ refers to this praxis: a combination of non-disciplinary, non-institutionalized, embodied and collaborative knowledge creation on the condition of blackness under Nordic exceptionalism. In this talk Oda-Kange Midtvåge Diallo will share reflections from her PhD dissertation process as well as new possible paths of knowledge creation and collaboration across art, activism, and community organizing. Arranged by UiS Kjønnsforskning - UiS Gender Studies (University of Stavanger).

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Research course: Gender, Peace and Conflict

Oslo | to |

A PhD level course, organized by PRIO.

This course presents theories and approaches to the study of the gendered dimensions of peace and conflict. With a focus on the gendered aspects of all the phases of conflict cycles (before, during and after) – from conflict risk to conflict prevention and resolution. The course will address thematic issues such as international normative frameworks on Women, Peace and Security, sexual violence in armed conflict, children born of war, DD&R processes, conflict mediation and peace agreements and international peace operations. 

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Transgender people’s working conditions in the Nordic countries

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In the Nordic region, as well as internationally, working life conditions for trans people are worse than for the majority population. The newly released Nordic knowledge overview Trans people’s Working Life Conditions in the Nordic Region, conducted by NIKK (Nordic Information on Gender), provides a comprehensive picture of the current situation. At this webinar, the knowledge overview will be presented for the very first time.

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Civil security for everyone - Sex and Gender in Research on Civil Security

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This online workshop is part of a workshop series on the Gender Dimension in the European Research Area. It gives an overview of gender aspects in Horizon Europe, shows good practices of taking gender aspects into account in projects on civil security, and provides useful information for proposal-writing for projects on civil security in Horizon Europe. Among the participants is Torunn Tryggestad from Centre on Gender, Peace, and Security (PRIO).

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General course 2024: The National Research School in Gender Research

Trondheim | to |

The National Research School organizes a PhD course in gender research. The course focuses on intersectionality as a concept, theory and methodology in gender studies. It will deal with questions about how inequality-creating social differentiations such as gender, class, ethnicity, race, sexuality are mutually constituent. Based on their own PhD projects, the participants will include the intersectionality perspective as an analytical strategy in the form of fellow-driven workshops supported by teachers.

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Gender studies and the precarious labour of making a difference

Utrecht | to |

ATGENDER (The European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation) arranges the conference "Gender Studies and the Precarious Labour of Making a Difference: (Un)paid Jobs, Internships, and Volunteering in the Worlds of Activism, Profit, and Non-profit". The conference provides a platform for scholars, researchers, and activists to share their insights and knowledge, and engage in meaningful discussions.

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