Blogs, news & events

At the end of last year, Afghanistan’s Taliban-run higher education ministry said that female students would not be allowed access to the …

This is GENDER.ED’s fifth year! It seems fitting that our first substantial blog post of the year looks back on the year …

Happy new year! We have a new Director, just relaunched the Gender Politics Reading Group as the Gender and Sexuality Studies Reading …

GENDER.ED and EUSA are pleased to announce this year’s Undergraduate Feminist Trailblazers call for nominations! In 2022, we introduced the Undergraduate Feminist …

The Inter-Parliamentary Union’s (IPU) 145th Assembly recently held in Rwanda was on ‘Gender equality and gender-sensitive parliaments as drivers of change for a more …

Image: Sharessa Naidoo creatively represents her response to the event; pictured from left to right Jaspreet Kaur, Dr Kaveri Qureshi, Pooja Marwaha, …

Each year GENDER.ED hosts an annual Blogathon in collaboration with colleagues at Ambedkar University, Delhi, and the University of New South Wales, …

‘Gender Equalities at Work’ is an interdisciplinary collaboration between researchers at the University of Edinburgh, University College London, and The University of …

  This year, genderED and the Edinburgh University Students Association (EUSA) came together for the launch of the Undergraduate Feminist Trailblazers Awards and …

Image: Mushet’s Cairn  We have so few memorials that tell the story of women’s lives, it is a tragedy that one of …

Text reading 'genderED Newsletter' in a blue box laid on top of a red and purple floral embroidered pattern.

We’ve had a busy few months with our Meet and Greet reception, several events, and new blogs on International Safe Abortion Day, …

Who knows the story of young Scots woman Geillis Duncan’s last night on earth? As one of some 3800 people accused of …

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