Call for Papers with confirmed keynote speakers and extended deadline for abstracts until February 5.
A group of women, with our support, established a local non-governmental organization – NWC. We carried out six projects together, and we are just starting our seventh one.
Majda Hrženjak published article 'Precarious Situations of Care Workers in Home-Based Elder Care in Slovenia' in 'New Solutions: Journal for Environmental and Occupational Health Policy'.
The book was edited by Ivana Radačić & Mojca Pajnik and has recently been published by Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar and the Peace Institute.
The conference is interested to explore various dimensions of gender differentiation in contemporary media industry as they are reproduced at the level of media production, representation and consumption.
The lecture will give an outline of three consecutive stages in the development of gender politics in the region of former Yugoslavia.
To increase literacy and economic independence of vulnerable groups of women/girls in selected four local environments in Rwanda and to contribute to reduction of differences between women and men.
Professional care represents an unexplored arena for gender desegregation of educational and vocational choices, for fostering caring masculinities and challenging rigid gender norms.
Project MESP is researching participation of men in heterogeneous geographies of care; it widens and politicizes the concept of care and contributes to the developing alternative perspectives of welfare.
The contribution of men to gender equality and reconciliation of work and private life.
The research is focused on eliciting experiences of sex workers, as the most important source of information in designing and implementing feasible and effective policies.
A promising new approach to the prevention of SH is targeting young people as bystanders, inviting them to notice and intervene in SH situations.
The monograph tackles problematic relations between the labour market and fatherhood.
The collection of 24 stories of men in Slovenia and Norway sharing dilemmas, conflicts, thoughts and feelings on their role of fathers.
The White Paper, a document in five languages, contains an overview of all relevant fields of the EU law important for free movement of rainbow families.
The author presents the critical views of women themselves, thereby unveiling the critical potential of plural life in Turkey.
In this collection of papers authors from different European regions critically examine policy responses of different local, national or supranational, governmental or civil society, collective or individual policy actors...
The book is about specific frameworks within or without which family practices of gays and lesbians can be lived and interpreted in different countries.