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Race, Immigration, History and Contemporary Feminist Activism

Race, Immigration, History and Contemporary Feminist Activism

In the fourth event in RIKK and GEST’s conversation series Marai Larasi and Nichole Leigh Mosty will discuss race, immigration, history and contemporary feminist activism. Marai Larasi is an Advocate, Community Organiser, Consultant and Educator. Nichole Leigh Mosty is Director of the Multicultural and Information Centre in Iceland.
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GEST Joins IDEAS Podcast Project

GEST Joins IDEAS Podcast Project

GEST joins forces with Center for Women's Studies, Belgrade to conceptualize and record 35 podcasts on pressing feminist and gendered issues.
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Now What? Accountability and Leadership in Planning a Feminist Future

Now What? Accountability and Leadership in Planning a Feminist Future

The third session in the GEST/RIKK Online Conversation Series brings together Karen Boyle and Audrey Roofeh who will discuss accountability and leadership in planning a feminist future. Karen Boyle is a Professor of Feminist Media Studies at the University of Strathclyde, UK, where she runs the Applied Gender Studies programme. Audrey Roofeh is an employment attorney and the CEO of Mariana Strategies LLC, a work-place culture consulting firm. 
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Extended Deadline for Nominations for the 2022 GEST Academic Programme

Extended Deadline for Nominations for the 2022 GEST Academic Programme

The Gender Equality Studies and Training (GEST) programme has extended its call for nominations for its academic programme in 2022. The deadline for nominations is 15 March 2021. 

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fellows graduated
25
countries represented
11
years of experience

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