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"It wasn't my fault" – 13 men about femicide

The killing of women and girls is such a big problem in Latin America that a number of countries have incorporated femicide into their penal code. A study from Buenos Aires looks at how the killers account for their crimes.

Fewer women reach the peak in snowboarding

When it comes to snowboarding, women are in the minority of top athletes, coaches, referees and in the boardroom. New research reveals how invisible structures help maintain an unequal gender balance in the sport.

Debate articles

Killer children arouse our underlying fears

They kill with pigtails and dresses, and they shoot down members of their family in tight, sensual clothes. But the motifs of the murderous children we encounter in literature remain mysterious, says literary scholar.

Portrait

Mari Teigen: Likes protest but in moderation

Armed with hard facts, Mari Teigen, as head of CORE – the Centre for Research on Gender Equality – has dedicated her career to investigating how gender plays out in the structure of society.

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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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Our news magazine is an independent online newspaper and a member of the Norwegian Specialised Press Association Fagpressen.