This years international women's day seminar, organised by the Centre for Gender Research, explores the complex interdependence between men's movements and antifeminism, between right-wing populism, ethnonationalism and the ultra-conservative anti-gender movements. Invited speakers from civil society, gender studies, social sciences and humanities will shed new light on the attraction of extremist movements, conflicting gender images, as well as potential forms of feminist resistance.
Master Solveig Laugerud will hold a trial lecture on the subject [to be announced] prior to the public defence of her dissertation.
Master Solveig Laugerud will defend her dissertation The Legible Rape Victim: How Disciplinary Discourses in the Legal System Create a New Victim Identity for the degree of PhD.
The PRIO GPS Centre and the Centre for Gender Research invite you to a screening of the documentary The Prosecutors and panel discussion on the prosecution of sexual violence in conflict.