FIERCE in Madrid: partners meeting and designing a feminist campaign for the upcoming European elections
The fourth consortium meeting of the project FIERCE took place in Madrid to present the preliminary results of the research activities carried out so far and to operationalise the...
We developed an educational online game that raises awareness and informs young people about masculinity and gender based violence through examples of their everyday experiences.
In the workshops, we tested a new approach to gender-based violence prevention, which focuses on work with young people on stereotypes of masculinities through peer-to-peer discussions.
We published an overview of our work in 2022. All together, we carried out 30 projects, along with a research programme.
The Peace Institute and the Department of Sociology at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana organized a rountable on June 20 entitled Feminism and reproductive rights.
Mojca Pajnik attended the international conference »Europe's Past, Present and Future: Utopias and Dystopias« that took place in Reykjavik and was organized by the University of Iceland.
Exchange of different theoretical and practical approaches and experiences on gender equality and an inclusive environment.
Forum performances on the topic of gender equality and the prevention of violence, performed in secondary schools in Slovenia.
The project’s main goal is to provide theoretical and practical knowledge and tools to revitalize alliance among feminist movement, civil society and political decision makers.
The project deepens existing and develops new perspectives in the Peace Institute's research and activist work on gender equality and masculinity.
Engaged in Equality – Challenging masculinities and engaging adolescent boys to end gender-based violence
The project addresses the prevention of gender-based violence (GBV) by addressing hegemonic masculinities and the engagement of men and boys in gender equality.
The project aims to explore pedagogical practices of formal and hidden curricula in preschool education that influence the formation of gender stereotypes about care work.
Handbook / Handbook for planning and implementing peer projects for a critical understanding of masculinity and prevention of gender-based violence
The handbook contains recommendations and suggestions to help educational staff to plan and implement peer training on critical understanding of masculinity and prevention of gender-based violence.
The chapter examines the genealogy of the concept of work-life balance and its reception in critical studies of men and masculinity.
The book Military provides insight into Slovenian military families. The book is authored by a multidisciplinary team of resdearchers: Živa Humer (Peace Institute) and Janja Vuga Beršnak, Jelena Juvan,...
Article Intersectional representation in online media discourse: reflecting anti-discrimination position in reporting on same-sex partnerships
Taking the example of online media reporting on same-sex partnerships in Slovenia, the authors analyze how power relations are reinforced when one type of media discourse fails to acknowledge...
Article Empowerment through Migration: Narratives of Successful Migrant Women’s Integration in Slovenia
Drawing on new empirical data comprising migrant women’s narratives and their voices assembled in an online survey, in this paper we argue that migration should also be viewed as...
Book chapter Trapped in the Institution: Governing the Covid-19 Epidemic in Slovenian Eldercare Homes from the Perspective of Care Micro-Mobilities
The chapter provides an analysis of the government measures for the containment of Covid-19 disease in elder care homes in Slovenia, where during the first wave of the epidemic...